Two people were taken to Miami Valley Hospital in serious condition, according to an official from the Dayton Fire Department. Their names, ages and genders were not released.
Lloyd Goff II said he and a co-worker had just come outside to take a break from work when they heard what sounded like a bad crash nearby.
"It sounded like a humongous crash. You could hear the trees breaking and everything," Goff said.
He ran inside to call 911, and his co-worker grabbed a fire extinguisher. The yellow sports car was overturned and burning with a tree going through the driver's side after the crash, Goff said.
Two people had to be freed tonight from the wreckage of a rollover crash in Dayton.
The crash was reported around 9 p.m. at West First Street and North James H. McGee Boulevard. Yellow police tape blocks North James H. McGee Boulevard in both directions in the area of the crash.
It is not clear whether there were more than two occupants in the vehicle, and the names and conditions of those injured were not immediately available.
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