1 person taken to hospital after being hit by semi on U.S. 35; All lanes reopen

BEAVERCREEK — UPDATE @ 10:30 a.m.:

A female driver is in the hospital after being hit by a semi on U.S. 35 on Wednesday morning.

The driver initially lost control of her car and hit the guardrails on both the north and south sides of U.S. 35, according to a spokesperson for the City of Beavercreek.

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The driver then got out of her car from the passenger side and crossed over the concrete barrier on U.S. 35. She was then hit by a semi-truck going east on U.S. 35.

The female was taken to Miami Valley Hospital with serious injuries.

All lanes on U.S. 35 have reopened.

We’ll provide more details as we learn more.

UPDATE @ 9:54 a.m.:

One westbound lane on U.S. 35 has reopened after a crash on U.S. 35.

News Center 7′s Xavier Hershovitz is on the scene and reports that the right westbound lane near Interstate 675 has reopened.

All eastbound lanes and the remaining lanes on westbound U.S. 35 remain closed.


Beavercreek police are on the scene of a crash involving a pedestrian on U.S. 35.

The eastbound lanes of U.S. 35 at the I-675 intersection are currently closed, Beavercreek police said on their Facebook page.

Police said the closure is expected to last for several hours.

Drivers are being asked to avoid the area.

We are working to learn more and will continue updating this story.

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