A February 2016 wrong-way crash near the same part of I-75 in Dayton killed five people in what was found to be the deadliest crash in OH since 2013.
Police say one driver was killed in a fiery explosion on Interstate 75 in Ohio.
A portion of Interstate 75 in Dayton, Ohio is shut down because of a large semi-tanker fire. A large fireball can be seen in traffic camera footage as drivers make their way past the tanker.
The truck's driver was had only minor injuries.
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The Dayton Police Department confirmed the 30-year-old man was driving the wrong way down the interstate when he crashed into the truck.
A vehicle traveling the wrong way on southbound Interstate 75 crashed into a gasoline tanker truck in Dayton, Ohio, creating a massive, smoky fire that shut down the interstate in both directions Sunday evening. "We have multiple thoroughfares that are shut down here, all lanes on 75 are shut down at this moment".
I-75 was closed in both directions, though southbound lanes were due to open around 7 pm. "We do have a Haz-Mat response here as a result of that".