Man critically hurt after being hit by vehicle on I-70 ramp in Huber Heights

UPDATE @ 11:06 a.m. (Oct. 15):

A New Carlisle man remained in critical condition Monday after he was hit by a vehicle, while he was picking up a piece of plastic on the I-70 west exit ramp to Ohio 202 Friday.

John D. Williams, 42, was transported to Miami Valley Hospital following the crash around 11:15 p.m., according to a crash report.

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According to the report, Williams was outside of his car picking up a piece of plastic in the road, when another vehicle swerved to try and miss him.

The car ended up striking Williams.

A witness was performing CPR on Williams when officers arrived and medics described the 42-year-old’s injuries as “extremely severe.”

The driver of the car who hit Williams is not expected to face charges, since Williams is believed to be at fault, according to the report.

UPDATE Oct. 13 @ 2:00 a.m.:

A man was taken to the hospital with serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle on I-70 westbound in Huber Heights Friday night.

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According to a press release, the middle-aged man was out of his vehicle, attempting to pick up an item from the roadway, wearing dark clothing, when he was struck on an off ramp near mile marker 36.

A third party was performing CPR on the man when police arrived.

Police did not say what the man was attempting to pick up.

The man was taken to Miami Valley Hospital.

The incident is under investigation.

FIRST REPORT Oct. 12 @ 10:50 p.m.:

Police and medic crews are on the scene of a pedestrian strike on I-70 West, on the ramp to exit the interstate just before Old Troy Pike, in Huber Heights.

The incident was reported about 10:12 p.m.

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The condition of the victim is not known, but we're hearing that CPR was being administered.

We will update this developing report as we learn more.

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