3 people hurt in Friday’s I-75 fiery, multi-vehicle crash released from hospital

BUTLER TOWNSHIP — Three people hurt in Friday’s multiple-vehicle fiery crash where one person died on Northbound Interstate 75 at Interstate 70 have been released from Miami Valley Hospital, according to hospital a spokesperson.

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Ntunzwenimana Mathieu, Lilemon Ferguson, and Clayton Barhorst each suffered non-life threatening injuries in the accident.

Robyn Birzer, 20, of Blanchester died after a semi hit three cars and another semi, according to the Dayton Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

The semi carried cardboard and the rig caught fire.

Newly released 911 calls detail moments after the crash happened.

“I think there’s at least two cars,” the caller told dispatchers. “I think one car under the semi, I think it’s the semi that’s on fire.”

Troopers are still investigating the crash, trying to figure out why the semi driver lost control.