Slick conditions lead to crashes across Miami Valley

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Slick conditions lead to crashes across Miami Valley

UPDATE @ 6:20 p.m.

Medics and law enforcement officers are busy keeping up with all the crashes in the region.

Temperatures are dropping and the snow is still falling.

The majority of accidents are minor, but there are reports of slick spots, particularly on hills, that are impassable.

Road crews also are busy treating roads throughout the area. 

UPDATE @ 4:05 p.m.

Road crews are putting salt down across the Miami Valley as temperatures drop amid snowy conditions.

Just outside Dayton, a vehicle slammed into a guardrail on U.S. 35 East. No other cars were involved in the crash, and there were not believed to be any injuries.

In Piqua, a two-vehicle crash along County Road 25A reportedly involved a medic unit responding to a call.

In Butler County, there were some crashes, including one on the High-Main Bridge in Hamilton, when one car swerved into another. Other crashes were fender-benders.

Lebanon dispatchers reported some vehicles unable to drive up a hilly road.

FIRST REPORT

Two vehicles rolled over in a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 70 in Clark County.

According to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, there are slick conditions leading to the crashes in the east end of the county. At least one person was taken to a local hospital.

The Springfield Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol also reported they were responding to multiple crashes.

In Champaign County, wires are pulled down on North County Line Road and state Route 4 after a semi crashed into a pole. Another accident involved two cars in the same area, with the cars ending up in a ditch, according to the sheriff’s office.

The Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office reported there were a couple minor crashes.

Several slide-offs but nothing serious was reported in Mercer County.

In Greene County, the OSP’s Xenia Post said dispatchers handled a couple crashes, including one on state Route 44 (Springfield Street).

The Dayton Post of the OSP reported one crash in Preble County and another outside Englewood in Montgomery County.

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