CINCINNATI -- A traffic accident in Cincinnati on southbound Interstate 75 has been cleared, and traffic returned to normal flow just after 6 p.m.
The highway was down to one lane during Thursday evening's rush hour after a multiple-vehicle accident happened near the Ezzard Charles/Freeman exit.
Injuries were reported after the crash, but there was no word on their extent.
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