Highway Patrol investigates rollover crash on U.S. 30


The eastbound lanes of state Route 30, east of Van Wert were shut down for several hours due to a tractor-trailer rig that rolled over. Lifeflight was called to transport the driver to an area hospital.

The eastbound lanes of state Route 30, east of Van Wert were shut down for several hours due to a tractor-trailer rig that rolled over. Lifeflight was called to transport the driver to an area hospital.


VAN WERT — The Van Wert post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a semi truck rollover injury accident from late Wednesday afternoon.

The OSP got the call just before 5:30 p.m.

The eastbound lanes of U.S. 30 between Boroff and Gilliland roads partially closed while crews clear the scene. The partial lane closure was expected to last until late Wednesday evening, according to scanner traffic.

A dispatcher who we spoke with at 8 p.m. indicated that there were three wreckers on the scene and they hope to have one lane open by 9 p.m.

Lifeflight had to be called to the scene to transport the driver.

No other details were available late Wednesday.

The eastbound lanes of state Route 30, east of Van Wert were shut down for several hours due to a tractor-trailer rig that rolled over. Lifeflight was called to transport the driver to an area hospital.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2018/07/web1_vwax-orig-2.jpgThe eastbound lanes of state Route 30, east of Van Wert were shut down for several hours due to a tractor-trailer rig that rolled over. Lifeflight was called to transport the driver to an area hospital.

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