UPDATE: 1 hospitalized, all lanes reopened after crash on SB I-75 in Dayton

DAYTON — UPDATE @ 12:15 p.m.:

Dayton police have reopened all lanes of I-75 near Stanley Avenue after an earlier crash that blocked all southbound lanes of the highway for over an hour.

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The crash was reported around 10:40 a.m. in the southbound lanes of I-75 just past the Stanley Avenue exit ramp. Dispatch records indicate a total of three vehicles, a car, semitrailer and another vehicle were all involved in the crash.

Police reopened the left lane shortly after noon and the right and center lanes were opened as of 12:20 p.m.

Ohio Department of Transportation cameras showed the car involved in had damage on the driver’s side. Two other vehicles, including a semitrailer and a flat-bed truck were on the right side of the road after the crash happened.

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One person was injured and was taken to Miami Valley Hospital by medics, according to dispatch records. The condition of the person injured was not immediately known.

The crash caused significant delays on southbound I-75 with road sensors reporting over an hour of delays at noon. As of 12:30 p.m., ODOT sensors estimate around a 30 minute delay.

News Center 7 has reached out to a Dayton police spokesperson for additional details about the crash and conditions of those involved.

We’ll continue to update this story as we learn more.

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