2 injured, 1 flown to hospital after semi crash on I-70 EB

HUBER HEIGHTS — UPDATE @ 1:24 p.m.:

Lanes have reopened on eastbound I-70 after a semitrailer crash Thursday morning.

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Huber Heights Police said the crash happened when a semi traveling east went off the road and crashed into a sound wall on I-70, west of Old Troy Pike.

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The crash was reported just around 8:30 a.m. The interstate fully reopened just before 1:30 p.m.

Multiple medics and a medical helicopter were requested to the scene. Police said two people, a male and female, were reported trapped in the crash.

One person was taken to Miami Valley Hospital by ambulance and another was flown to Miami Valley Hospital, according to Sgt. Brian Carr.

The crash closed the ramps from I-75 onto I-70 east, they have since reopened.

Traffic delays of roughly 15 minutes have been reported in the area, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Carr said an accident investigation team will investigate the crash.

We’ll update this story as we learn more.