80-year-old man identified in fatal crash on I-75 at Dryden Road

Elderly man victim in fatal I-75 crash

UPDATE @ 12:55 (Feb. 16): The fatality in the crash on I-75 at Dryden Road Thursday night has been identified as 80-year-old Frederick Jung of Lebanon, according to a release by Moraine police Sgt. Andrew Parish.
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The crash, which involved three vehicles including two passenger cars and a semi-truck, occurred around 8 p.m. on I-75 near exit 50B (S.R. 741) with all the vehicles traveling southbound.

In addition to the fatality, one other individual was injured in the crash.

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The crash caused all southbound lanes on I-75 to be closed for approximately two and a half hours, which have all since reopened.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation by Moraine police with assistance from the Montgomery County Coroner’s office.

An autopsy will be performed to determine Jung’s cause of death.

INITIAL REPORT

A fatal crash involving two vehicles and a semi has shut down all southbound lanes of I-75 at Dryden Road.

According to Moraine police, the interstate could be shut down for a couple of hours.

We have learned that the fatality was a male. We have a crew on scene and will update this story as we learn more.

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