Three dead on Interstate 75 in Ohio

SYDNEY, Ohio (WCMH) — Dangerous conditions on Ohio roads resulted in multiple vehicle crashes, including one that died Saturday morning just north of Dayton.

Ohio Highway Patrol says three dead after two cars collided with semitrailer Interstate 75 near Mile Post 97 in Shelby County around 8:30 a.m.west of Franklin County.

All southbound lanes on Interstate 75 are currently closed and traffic is diverted to Exit 99 (Ohio 119 Anna Minister). The crash is under investigation.

This crash classtime Four people were killed in a pile of 50 cars on the Ohio Turnpike in Sandusky County Friday afternoon. As of 11 a.m. Saturday, the highway from State Route 53 to State Route 4 remains closed.

Four Ohioans have died in weather-related car accidents since the storm began, Gov. Mike DeWine said in a statement, before the three additional fatalities were confirmed Friday night. rice field.

“Road conditions continue to be very dangerous across the state, with whiteouts and extreme cold temperatures,” said DeWine. “Stay home as much as possible and be aware of these extremely dangerous road conditions.”

In an update posted on Twitter on Friday night, OSHP Sgt. Ryan Purpura similarly cautioned against driving. He warned those who had to travel on the road to slow down, keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front, and use seatbelts.

“It is not safe to travel in bad weather outside, often in whiteout conditions,” Purpura said.

https://www.nbc4i.com/news/state-news/three-dead-in-three-vehicle-crash-on-ohio-highway/ Three dead on Interstate 75 in Ohio

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