Driver rescued after concrete truck rolls over on I-675 exit ramp

CLARK COUNTY — UPDATE @ 5:07 p.m.:

The interstate 675 exit ramp to state Route 444 is now open, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

UPDATE @ 12:53 p.m.:

The driver pulled from an Ernst Concrete pumper truck that overturned on the Interstate 675 exit ramp to state Route 444 is expected to be OK, according to state troopers.

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The driver was exiting the highway, when he drove up a guardrail and over-corrected causing the truck to overturn, troopers said.

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Firefighters had to pull the man from the cab of the truck because he was trapped inside.

Troopers are still investigating what led to the crash.

The ramp is expected to reopen within the hour, troopers said.

UPDATE: 12:08 p.m.

The driver of the truck has been pulled from the vehicle and transported to a hospital, according to our crews on scene.

I-675 northbound is still open, but exit ramp 444 is closed, said dispatch.

Our crew is on the scene and we will update the story as we learn more.


A driver is trapped after a concrete truck rolled over on the exit ramp from northbound I-675 to Dayton Springfield Road.

The crash was reported around 11:30 a.m.

Emergency crews are working to get the driver out of the truck.

This story will be updated as additional information becomes available.