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Early raw video: 86 vehicle pileup on I-275 in Ohio kills 12-year-old girl & injures at least 20 people.

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WKRC-TV:

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office tell Local 12 that the person who died after an 86 vehicle crash on I-275 at Colerain Avenue is a 12 year old girl.

Officials say the girl was outside her vehicle when she was either struck by another vehicle or was struck by a wire on a guardrail, which snapped.

The girl who died was standing in the median after the initial crash when she was killed.

WEWS-TV:

Authorities shut down both directions of I-275 after 18 commercial vehicles, including four tractor-trailers that jackknifed, were involved in a crash on westbound I-275 at Colerain Avenue at about 11:30 a.m.

Officials also said at least four of those injured in the crash are listed in critical condition.

The first crews on the scene used the jaws of life to free four people from three separate cars.

Several passenger vehicles were trapped underneath multiple semi trucks when paramedics arrived at the scene, according to officials.

Officials also said that a steel cable that ended up in the middle of the roadway that is usually used to stop cars from crossing the median made a bad situation worse after the initial few collisions.

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  • 8truck

    Whoever filmed the last video is n idiot. It’s people like him/her that cause these accidents. He was aware of the risk and the conditions of the road. Yet he decides to film the pileup while driving in horrible road conditions and around emergency personnel. Idiot!

  • Ashamed

    Do we really need a video up of a bystander doing CPR on a victim from this wreck?! Take that first video down. I thought we were supposed to have respect for the people we serve?