Alcohol use suspected in wreck of truck that slams into RR trestle in Dayton

UPDATE @ 4:41 p.m.: Fire/rescue crews have freed the person trapped in the wreckage on Livingston Avenue, at the RR trestle just north of Barstow Avenue, in Dayton.

Both victims are males who a fire official said suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Alcohol is suspected as crews found beer cans in the truck. Police are continuing their investigation.

INITIAL REPORT

One person remains trapped in the wreckage of a pickup truck that slammed into steel beams of the railroad trestle on Livingston Avenue just north of U.S. 35 in Dayton. 

A second person in that vehicle has been taken to Miami Valley Hospital. 

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Crews are working to free the individual trapped in the truck. The conditions of the victims are not known. 

Police and fire rescue units were dispatched just after 4 p.m. on a report of a vehicle accident with possible entrapment. 

We have a crew on scene. We will update this developing report. Stay with whio.com for breaking news. 

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