Two lanes blocked in crash on I-75 in Glendale
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Two lanes blocked in crash on I-75 in Glendale
A collision blocked the left two lanes of I-75 southbound in Glendale Tuesday morning. Click the video player above to see other morning headlines from WLWT News. The road exits at 6:53 AM. At this point traffic will occur past the I-275 interchange. Delays are expected to exceed 30 minutes and that number could be higher as the morning commute continues. No injuries have been reported from this. crash. Click here for real-time traffic conditions. This article will be updated as new information becomes available.
A crash blocked the left two lanes of I-75 southbound in Glendale on Tuesday morning.
Click the video player above to see other morning headlines from WLWT News 5.
The crash was reported by the Ohio Department of Transportation between the Sharon Milford Road exit and the Glendale Milford Road exit at 6:53 am.
At this point, stop-and-go traffic retreats past the I-275 interchange.
Delays are expected to exceed 30 minutes, and that number could increase as the morning commute continues.
No injuries have been reported as a result of this collision.
For real-time traffic updates, here.
This story will be updated as new information becomes available
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