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Ohio: Fire Truck Struck on I-75

Thursday, December 6, 2018

A vehicle hit a fire truck at the scene of a crash in Vandalia Tuesday morning. The initial crash happened around 6:45 a.m. Tuesday in the northbound lanes of I-75, just south of U.S. 40.

Authorities say a pickup truck rear-ended a car. No one was injured in that crash. Crews arrived, with a fire truck blocking the right lane of traffic on I-75 NB.

While the fire truck was parked to block that lane, a vehicle sideswiped the fire truck. There were some firefighters in the truck when it was hit. No one was injured in that crash.

Authorities continue to block the right lane of I-75 NB to investigate the crashes and eventually clear the scene.

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