CECIL, Ohio - A highway in northwest Ohio is still closed a day after one person was killed in a pileup involving 10 tractor-trailers near the Indiana-Ohio state line.
The State Highway Patrol says it expects U.S. 24 to reopen late Wednesday morning.
The patrol says the victim in the crash was 28-year-old Ashley Messmann of Paulding.
Troopers say fog had limited visibility to only about 100 feet Tuesday morning when the victim drove onto the highway at an intersection and was hit by an oncoming tanker truck.
That set off a chain-reaction of crashes on the highway that links Toledo with Fort Wayne, Ind.
Nine others were hurt, but none of the injuries were life-threatening.
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