— The Ohio State Highway Patrol has expelled a temperament of a male killed in a pile-up on Interstate 75 in Warren County.
Tyler Haddix, 24, of Cincinnati, was conspicuous passed during a stage of a crash.
Haddix was roving south on I-75 in a 2007 Dodge Ram with a tiny child in a lorry around 5:15 p.m., when he crossed by a weed median into a northbound lanes, according to a recover from a highway patrol’s Lebanon Post.
The pickup lorry strike a 2004 Honda Civic, driven by Jordan Davis, 30, of St. Marys, and a almost lorry driven by James Leclair, 69, of London, Ontario.
During a crash, Haddix was thrown from a truck.
The child was taken to Dayton Children’s Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and Leclair was taken to Franklin Kettering Hospital with teenager injuries.
Davis and a newcomer in a Civic were taken to Atrium Medical Center in Middletown with critical injuries.
The pile-up sealed a highway for several hours while crews investigated and spotless adult a crash, as trade was redirected off a highway onto state Route 123.