One Dead After Ohio Highway Crash Triggers Explosion

Tabitha Dunn
May 1, 2017

The crash on Interstate-75 left the driver dead while the truck driver suffered minor injuries, according to the Dayton Police Department.

ABC4's sister station WDTN in Dayton captured this incredible footage.

One driver was killed in OH after a fiery explosion. His identity has not been released.

A tanker carrying thousands of gallons of gasoline crashed on Interstate 75 near Main Street in Dayton, Sunday April 30, 2017.

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Southbound lanes in the area remained closed on Monday. "We have multiple thoroughfares that are shut down here, all lanes on 75 are shut down at this moment", said Lt. Mark Ponichtera.

The driver of the tanker was cooperating with investigators, he said. That side of the highway is expected to be closed for a few days. More local drivers can take state route 48 through downtown Dayton to I-675. He struck a sports utility vehicle, killing four people: Kyle Canter, 23, of New Carlisle; Earl Miller II, 27, of New Carlisle; Vashti Nicole Brown, 29, of Dayton; and Devin Bachmann, 26, of Huber Heights.

The wrong-way driver was killed.

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