Friday, June 07, 2002

Three killed in crash on I-75




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        DRY RIDGE — Three people were killed and at least one other injured in a two-vehicle crash Thursday night on southbound Interstate 75.

        The crash, involving a tractor-trailer rig and a van, prompted the closing of the interstate in both directions.

        The crash occurred about 8:30 p.m. south of Dry Ridge, a Grant County emergency services dispatcher said. Southbound lanes remained closed at 11 p.m., when northbound lanes reopened. Southbound traffic was detoured at Crittenden.

        The three people killed were two adults and an infant, police said.

        One of the people injured, a 16-year-old boy, was taken to University Hospital in Cincinnati, where he was being treated for non-life-threatening injuries late Thursday, a nursing supervisor said.

       



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