Dispatch says that a auto and a semi-truck collided causing the vehicle to catch fire. Authorities tell WDTN that someone may be trapped in the auto.
Highway cameras caught the moment when the tanker truck went up in flames near Dayton on Sunday.
The driver, a 30-year-old man from Beavercreek, was at first presumed dead at the scene, and later pronounced officially dead.
"The Department of Transportation is on-scene and they are going to make an assessment of the freeway to make sure it's structurally sound", Dayton Police Lt. Mark Ponichtera said, via WDTN-TV.
Emergency crews were dispatched to the area of North Union Road near Shaker Road around 2:50 a.m. on initial reports of a rollover crash with injuries.
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There were reports of smoke filling the sewer system in a nearby town and residents were urged to call 911 if they smelled any in their basement or home.
A portion of the highway remains closed.
Police said the southbound lanes Third Street and State Route 4 will remain closed for an unknown amount of time.
For those traveling south, motorists were advised to take I-75 to I-70 eastbound to I-675 south.