Rollover injury crash sends box truck 200 feet off of I-75; truck rear ended, OSP says

BUTLER CO. — UPDATE @ 9:11 p.m.:

The box truck involved in a three-vehicle crash was rear ended, causing it to rollover off of I-75, according to Ohio State Patrol.

A Toyota RAV4 drove at high-rated speed, and attempted to drive in between the box truck and a Ford vehicle, OSP said. In the process, the Toyota rear ended the box truck and sideswiped the Ford.

The Toyota sustained heavy damage and was towed away. The box truck has been removed from the wooded area.

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One person was sent to the hospital after truck ended up 200 feet into a wooded area following a rollover crash on I-75 Saturday afternoon, Ohio State Patrol says.

While traveling northbound on I-75 around 6 p.m., a rental box truck struck two vehicles and rolled off the roadway at the 27 mile marker, according to scanner reports.

The male driver was transported to the Atrium Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. The other drivers were not injured. One of the vehicles that was struck needed to be towed away.

Traffic is clear, and OSP is currently working on removing the truck from the wooded area. Police say drugs and alcohol are probably not a factor, but they are still investigating.

We will update this story as more information becomes available.