Semi in deadly I-75 crash in Dayton heading to Canada

DAYTON — The semi involved in a deadly crash on Interstate 75 in Dayton last week came from out of state and was heading to Canada.

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The truck was coming from Georgia and heading to Ontario when it rolled off Northbound I-75 near the entrance ramp to Stanley Avenue on June 1.

The semi was also hauling white clay used to make paper, paint, and many other products, a Dayton Police spokesperson told News Center 7.

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Jason and Ricky Loyer died in the crash.

Crews shut down the northbound lanes of I-75 for about nine hours while they cleaned up the crash.

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