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AVON, Ohio – Avon police are gathering details on a crash that hurt two people on I-90.

The accident happened Wednesday around 12:20 a.m. on I-90 westbound at OH-611.

Police responded after initial calls of a wrong-way crash.

FOX 8 video from the scene showed two cars with extensive front end damage.

Avon police tell FOX 8 Jennifer Quinn was headed eastbound in the westbound lanes from the OH-611 exit and entrance ramps.

Police say Quinn crashed into another car head-on.

Both Quinn and the other driver were taken to the hospital.

Avon police report they do not have information on the extent of their injuries.

However, they did tell FOX 8 they were unable to use Life Flight because of the weather.

Lanes of I-90 were temporarily closed, but everything reopened around 2 a.m.

Quinn faces multiple charges, including Operating a Vehicle Intoxicated (OVI).

Avon police say more charges are possible.