BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - A wrong-way crash on Interstate 75 has left one man injured on the same stretch of highway in northwest Ohio where a wrong-way crash killed three sorority sisters a year ago.
The site of Sunday morning's crash is just a few miles from where the three Bowling Green State University students were killed in March 2012.
The State Highway Patrol says alcohol and drugs are believed to be a factor in the crash Sunday.
Troopers say a 29-year-old Bowling Green man was hurt when his pickup truck smacked into a tractor-trailer.
The driver of the rig was treated and released.
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