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  • Semi-SUV Crash Shits Down U.S. 62
    Semi-SUV Crash Shits Down U.S. 62

    A crash involving a tractor-trailer and an SUV on U.S. Route 62 closed down traffic in both directions between Stahl Road and the Pickaway County line, WCMH-TV reported on October 17, 2011. According ...

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  • Crash With tractor-Trailer Leaves Man In Stable Conidtion
    Crash With tractor-Trailer Leaves Man In Stable Conidtion

    A Chillicothe man was taken by medical helicopter to the Ohio State University Medical Center after being involved in a crash with a tractor-trailer, the Chillicothe Gazette reported on October 19, ...

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  • Semi Driver Doesn't Know Beans About Speed Limit
    Semi Driver Doesn't Know Beans About Speed Limit

    A load of 5,400 pounds of soybeans was spilled out onto West Fourth Street in Ontario after a tractor-trailer overturned onto its side, WMFD-TV reported on October 17, 2011. The semi driver was ...

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  • Milk Does Bodies Good, But Exit Ramps Not So Much
    Milk Does Bodies Good, But Exit Ramps Not So Much

    A tanker truck carrying 50,000 pounds of milk rolled into ditch, closing the Interstate 475 east ramp on southbound U.S. Route 23. WTOL-TV reported on October 15, 2011, that the truck was heading to ...

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  • Ohio Highways Shut Down For 18 Hours After Tanker Spills 4,500 Gallons Of Fuel
    Ohio Highways Shut Down For 18 Hours After Tanker Spills 4,500 Gallons Of Fuel

    More than 12 miles of the interchange between I-270 and U.S. Route 161 was shut down after a fuel tanker overturned, killing the man who was driving it, the Columbus Disptach reported on October 11, ...

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  • DUMP TRUCK CRASH LEAVES ONE MAN DEAD
    DUMP TRUCK CRASH LEAVES ONE MAN DEAD

    One man was killed in a crash with a sanitation truck, WSAZ-TV reported on October 5, 2011. The Lexington Herald-Leader reported that 61-year-old Sherman Stewart was driving a 1996 Lincoln on Turkey ...

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