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Snow, some ice spurs several crashes in region


Several crashes occurred in the Miami Valley today as snowflakes fell on roadways.

8 a.m.: Miami Valley Dispatch is reporting a property damage crash on Interstate 75 Southbound at the Edwin C. Moses Boulevard exit. There is also a crash at I-75S at U.S. 35W. The crashes were each reported just after 7:30 a.m. today.

7:30 a.m.: Multiple crashes were reported in Clark County throughout much of the morning. Some were reported on U.S. 68 north of Interstate 70 near Springfield.

7 a.m.: A rollover crash was reported on Dayton Xenia Road near the Kil-Kare Speedway and Drag Strip shortly before 7 a.m. The female driver said she slipped on a patch of ice before rolling her vehicle. She was not injured.

5:45 a.m.: A sport utility vehicle lost control on the icy roads on U.S. 68 north of Interstate 70 and overturned. The driver of the vehicle was transported to Springfield Regional Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries, according to troopers.

5:30 a.m.: Numerous slide-offs are also being reported on Ohio 4 near Old Mill Road west on Springfield.

4:30 a.m.: Emergency crews responded to a crash involving six vehicles on northbound I-75 just north of the Northwoods Boulevard exit near Vandalia. The crash involved four semi-tractor trailers and two passenger vehicles, according to reports. At least one person was taken to a hospital. Dispatchers said conditions were very icy in that area.


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