SHELBY COUNTY, Ohio (WDTN) – At least four people are being treated for injuries after a crash involving multiple semi trucks on I-75 southbound in Shelby County.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol tells 2 NEWS it happened around 1:30 pm near mile marker 104. The accident involved four semi trucks and a pickup truck.
Both sides of the highway were intermittently closed to traffic for several hours as crews worked to clear the scene.
OSP says that traffic had slowed in the area, and when one of the semi trucks began to slow down, a chain reaction of rear-end crashes occurred.
Two of the semi truck drivers were taken to Miami Valley Hospital via CareFlight with unknown injuries.
The crash remains under investigation.
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