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UPDATE @ 6:30 p.m.:

Springboro Pike has reopened following a the crash on Springboro Pike Saturday.

UPDATE @ 5:46 p.m.:

All lanes except for one are open following a crash on Springboro Pike.

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According to a sergeant with Miami Township Police, a woman was turning left onto Springboro Pike from Knoll Ridge Drive when the suspect traveling south swerved into the middle turn lane and struck the woman.

The man immediately ran on foot, and cops chased him to The Knolls Apartments where he was placed into custody.

No one was injured.

UPDATE @ 5:17 p.m.:

One man has been arrested for OVI following the accident, according to a sergeant with regional dispatch.

Springboro Pike is currently shut down between Knoll Ridge Drive and Carnation Road, said dispatch.

A tow truck is on scene.

FIRST REPORT:

A man fled on foot after he was involved in a two-vehicle accident Saturday in Miami Township.

The accident happened at Springboro Pike and Knoll Ridge Drive around 4:20 p.m., according to a sergeant with regional dispatch. 

Miami Township Police located the suspect described as a 40-year-old male in the 6000 block of Blossom Park Drive about 15 minutes after the crash, according to dispatch.

We are working to learn the cause of the crash and why the man fled the scene. 

The conditions of those involved in the accident is not known.


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