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Crash involving school bus, semi slows SB I-75

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SPRINGFIELD TWP, OH (FOX19) -

Your morning commute is slower than usual on southbound Interstate 75 due to a crash involving a school bus and semi tractor-trailer.

Delays are up to at least 30 minutes as you approach the Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway.

A semi rear-ended an empty, small school bus between the exits for Galbraith and Paddock roads just before 7 a.m., according to Hamilton County dispatchers.

The bus driver reported a minor head injury.

There were no immediate injuries reported from the semi.

All lanes remain open, but traffic is crawling in the area.

Coincidentally, a second and nearly identical crash was reported shortly after on southbound I-71 between Kenwood and Red Bank roads.

The bus also was empty and the driver suffered a minor head injury when a semi slammed to the back of it just after 7 a.m., dispatchers said.

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