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2 hurt in crash on Ohio 4, Lower Valley Pike in Huber Heights


Crews were called this afternoon to a crash with injuries on state Route 4 and Lower Valley Pike.

The crash was reported shortly after 4 p.m. and involves a minivan and a Kia sedan.

The minivan had Northwestern High School students who were members of a booster club. They were headed to a Dayton Dragons game, according to Huber Heights police. 

Two people were hurt, one in the Kia and one in the minivan.

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According to initial reports, at least one person was trapped following the crash.

None of the injuries are life-threatening.

Traffic on northbound Ohio 4 is backed up by the crash.

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