Crews close US-35 on-ramp to I-75 after a crash involving a semi; At least one person hospitalized

Crews responded to a crash on US-35 on-ramp to Interstate 75 northbound early Tuesday morning.

Load Error >> MORE: Victim unconscious and trapped inside a vehicle after a head-on crash at the on-ramp to I-75 SB Two vehicles, involving a semitruck, crashed at the on-ramp that caused responding officers to shutdown both westbound and eastbound US-35 lanes to Interstate 75, a caller confirmed.

News Center 7 Reporter Xavier Hershovitz traveled near the scene and verified that the highway ramps were shut down and traffic was being diverted away from the crash. >> TRENDING: RAW VIDEO show Troopers finding car after train collided with it in Clark Co. The semitruck reportedly leaked fluids, causing on-scene crew to call for a sand truck, according to initial reports.

There were reports of people pinned and trapped inside the crashed vehicles, but they were able to exit. At least one person was taken to Miami Valley Hospital for non-life threatening injuries, initial reports stated. >> TRENDING: 'I still feel like it's not real;' best friend remembers Riverside homicide victim

Dayton Police were confirmed to be handling the scene by Montgomery County's Ohio State Highway Patrol's dispatch. Crews at the scene reportedly called for Ohio Department of Transportation to handle the highway clean-up process. >> TRENDING: Flu, RSV and COVID concerns jump as holidays approach

Since News Center 7?s initial reporting, the US-35 on-ramps to Interstate 75 have been reopened.

Montgomery County dispatch were not immediately available to confirm some information regarding the crash.

We will update this story as more information is released.

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