Cincinnati Police had Columbia Parkway closed for almost two hours Sunday night after a crash on the parkway between William Howard Taft and Audubon.
This was initially reported as pedestrians struck, but it wasn't clear that police found any injured pedestrians; it's a stretch where people rarely walk. They did find a couple of cars wrecked with debris all over the road. No one was seriously hurt.
This is just one of many accidents Sunday night, which might have been be related to nonstop rain and poor visibility.
Cincinnati Police are investigating a crash where a person was hit at 7831 Reading Road at the north end of Roselawn, and the driver reportedly kept going.
The injuries didn't appear to be life-threatening. Police were looking for an older man in a Lexus.
The crash had Reading Road closed for an hour or more and Metro buses diverted their routes around the scene.
Among other things happening on Tri-State roads Sunday evening, another crash involving pedestrians was at Harrison and McKinley, seemingly with minor injuries.
A car spun out on I-75 near Ezzard Charles Sunday evening, and another stopped in the middle of I-71 near Dana.
A Cincinnati Police Department Traffic Unit officer told FOX19 he worked a couple more crashes where cars ran into walls, but nothing with serious injuries.