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I-75 back open after rollover crash in Perrysburg

(Source: Christa Matuszak) (Source: Christa Matuszak)
(Source: Christa Matuszak) (Source: Christa Matuszak)
PERRYSBURG, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Perrysburg Police say I-75 is back open in both directions after a rollover crash shut down the highway Friday afternoon.

A single vehicle rolled over in the northbound lanes sometime before 1 p.m. just south of US 20.

The roadway was closed in both directions for a short time while an air ambulance landed. Northbound lanes were closed for a while longer while wreckage was cleared, and traffic was backed up to Bowling Green for a time.

 All lanes have since reopened and traffic is moving again. It is unclear how many people were hurt, or how badly.

We have a crew on the scene and will bring you more as it becomes available.

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