• September 08, 2023

One Injured in Truck Accident on I-75 S. in Shelby County, OH

Shelby County, OH — September 7, 2023, at least one person was injured in a semi-truck accident around 11:06 p.m. on I-75 S. in Shelby County.

Authorities have released very few details about this crash. Based on the limited information, this may have been a single-vehicle semi-truck accident that resulted in the truck driver sustaining serious injuries. However, none of those details have been confirmed.

According to officials, a tractor-trailer was exiting I-75 South near Botkins, OH when the truck overturned. One person was reportedly trapped inside of the semi-truck and it is believed the victim suffered a head injury. Sources claim first responders initially called for but then later canceled a request for an air ambulance.

Authorities have not released the cause of the crash at this time.

One Injured in Truck Accident on I-75 S. in Shelby County, OH

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