Charges pending after 5-car crash closes I-90 eastbound for hours

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Charges are pending after a five-car crash that closed the eastbound lanes of a portion of Interstate 90 eastbound Monday night.

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the crash happened at about 6:12 p.m. on Interstate 90 east n ear Carnegie.

A GMC Jimmy was entering Interstate 90 east at the time when it came upon stopped or slow traffic and struck Dodge Neon in the rear. The Neon went in front of the traffic that was going eastbound and was hit by two other vehicles.

The driver of the Neon then tried to get out of the way and was driving on the wrong way of the highway, hitting another car.

The Jimmy hit another car after hitting the Neon.

Only the driver of the Neon was hurt, said police, and the injury was minor.

The highway was closed for roughly two hours while the crash was investigated.

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