GREENE COUNTY — Two people were injured following a two-vehicle crash in Greene County Sunday overnight.
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Dayton post of Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP), Greene County Sheriff’s Office, and Fairborn medics were dispatched to the southbound side of state Route 4 near Bath Road at around 1:05 a.m. on reports of a crash with injuries, dispatch for state troopers and Greene County informed.
A 911 caller described one of the victims as unconscious, but breathing, according to dispatchers over emergency scanners.
When state troopers and deputies arrived on scene, they found a man bleeding from his head, OSHP dispatch described.
Two medics responded to the scene and tended to two patients, OSHP dispatch continued. They were subsequently transported to Miami Valley Hospital for further treatment.
As law enforcement agents inspected the scene, they found two vehicles involved in the crash, OSHP dispatch stated.
To handle the scene, state troopers shut down state Route 4 southbound.
State troopers led the investigation into the crash. News Center 7 reached out for more information.
We will update this story as we learn more.
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