UPDATE: Driver injured after crashing into dump truck in I-75 construction zone

UPDATE @ 4:30 p.m. (11/6):

A driver was injured after he crashed into a dump truck on Interstate 75 in Moraine on Monday.

Around 12:15 p.m. Moraine officers and medics were called to I-75 northbound near the Dryden Road exit for an injury crash, according to Moraine Sgt. Andy Parish.

Parish said it is suspected that the driver’s inattention and failure to control their car led to them crashing into the dump truck.

The driver was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

The dump truck was not occupied, police said.

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At least one person has been injured after a car crashed into a dump truck on Interstate 75 northbound, Moraine Police Sergeant Andy Parish confirms.

Moraine police and fire are responding to the crash that happened after 12 p.m., near the Dryden Road exit on I-75 NB.

The driver veered left, causing them to go into a construction zone, Parish said.

The car then crashed into a dump truck and came to a stop in the median.

The truck was being used by construction workers at the time of the crash, Parish said.

Multiple construction workers were working in the area when the crash occurred, Parish said.

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It is not clear who has been injured or what caused the crash.

Two lanes are currently closed on I-75 NB before mile marker 50.

News Center 7 crews are on scene working to learn more information.

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