Roads across the region have become slick as snow, freezing rain and sleet has begun falling across the region. Some crashes have been reported by local police and fire jurisdictions.
Here is a timeline of significant crashes across the area:
3:30 p.m.: A single-vehicle crash was reported on Interstate 675 southbound at the Wilmington Pike exit. A woman slid and hit a utility pole, knocking her unconscious. She was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
1 p.m.: A commercial snow plow collided with a vehicle on Dayton Road in Clark County. No injuries were reported in the crash that happened just west of Old Mill Road.
11:15 a.m.: On Interstate 75 northbound, south of mile marker 44, a three-vehicle crash was reported with unknown injuries.
10:58 a.m.: State Patrol Troopers reported a one-vehicle crash on Interstate 70 westbound at the 45 mile marker. Injuries unknown after the vehicle reportedly hit a guard rail.
10:01 a.m.: A vehicle slid off the road in the 5200 block of North Union Road in Trotwood. No injuries have been reported but the crash resulted in a utility pole being snapped, bringing lines down across the road. North Union Road was shut down at East Westbrook Road.
8:46a.m.: An ODOT plow was involved in a crash on Interstate 70 just east of the Ohio 4 interchange in Clark County. A medic was requested to the scene, but the injuries did not appear to be serious, OSP said.
8:30a.m.: A two-vehicle crash temporarily blocked some traffic on Ohio 235 just north of Interstate 70 in front of the BP station. At least one person was injured in the crash and was transported to a local hospital.
8:06a.m.: A vehicle crashed into a pole in the 2000 block of U.S. 68 South. The driver was not injured.
4:55a.m.: A crash involving a snow plow and SUV has closed down the southbound lanes of Interstate 71 a mile north of the Ohio 72 exit in Greene County. There are reports of at least one person injured, but the severity of the injuries were not immediately available, scanner traffic indicated. It's unknown when the highway will reopen.
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