Three high school students injured in Ross Township semi-truck crash

Three high school students injured in Ross Township semi-truck crash
Police lights (Source: Gray Television)

ROSS TOWNSHIP, Ohio (FOX19) -Three Ross High School students were injured in a crash involving a semi-truck Friday evening in Ross Township.

Chief of the Ross Township Police Department, Burton Roberts, says a semi-truck and a compact car crashed at the intersection of Cincinnati-Brookville Road and Brown Farm Drive at 5:10 p.m.

The driver and a passenger of the compact car were taken to the hospital by helicopter and are suffering serious injuries.

Police say the parents of the second passenger in the compact car drove their child to Children’s Hospital in Liberty Township.

Roberts says the driver of the semi-truck was taken to Fort Hamilton Hospital with non-serious injuries.

The Ross Township Police Department and the Butler County Sheriff’s Department are still investigating the crash.

Copyright 2019 WXIX. All rights reserved.