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Accidents wreak havoc on Tri-State highways

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Interstate traffic is moving slowly around the Tri-State due to adverse weather conditions and accidents on the roadways.

Northbound 75 just north of Liberty Way has two lanes blocked after a vehicle crashed into a street lamp pole. The lamp pole fell over blocking two lanes. No one was hurt in the accident.

75 North near Glendale Milford is experiencing heavy traffic as well. It is unclear at the time what is causing this backup.

Traffic on 75 is also backed up in both southbound and northbound lanes between Interstate 74 and Mitchell Avenue.

A stretch of eastbound Interstate 74 is also experiencing heavy traffic near the Colerain Ramp after reports of multiple accidents in the area. The highway initially shut down but has since re-opened.  

A pair of accident on both northbound and southbound 71 have traffic backed up approaching Fields Ertel Road. 

FOX19 will continue to update traffic conditions as more details become available.

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