2 injured, 1 critical after dump truck crashes into overpass, closes I-75 NB in Warren CO.

Two people are hurt, one critically, after a dump truck crashed into an overpass, closing Interstate 75 Northbound in Warren County for hours Wednesday.

Around 10:30 a.m. Michael Lainhart, 62, was traveling eastbound on state Route 63 near I-75 in a dump truck when he struck Tracey Corso’s, 47, car, according to Ohio State Highway Patrol.

After striking Corso’s car, the dump truck also struck the SR-63 bridge, causing concrete debris to fall onto I-75 below and onto several cars.

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Lainhart was taken to an area hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Corso sustained minor injuries and was also taken to an area hospital.

Crews continued to keep I-75 northbound shut down in the area for over 2 hours to prevent further damage from possible debris.

The Ohio Department of Transportation is continuing to inspect the bridge to make sure it is stable.

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