The State Highway Patrol responded to a pair of injury accidents on Route 68 early Thursday morning.
Troopers and the Bellefontaine Police Department responded to a tanker rollover crash (pictured) on the eastbound entrance ramp from 68 to Route 33 around 5:40 a.m.
Dan Aveis, 58, of Elmore, was driving an '01 Freightliner southbound on 68. He lost control while attempting a left turn onto the Route 33 eastbound entrance ramp, which caused the rig to spill about 50 gallons of liquid asphalt and 50 gallons of diesel fuel.
Aveis was transported to Mary Rutan Hospital by Bellefontaine Fire and EMS.
He was cited for failure to control.
The semi suffered moderate damage.
Route 68 (North Main Street) was closed for about 40 minutes.
The eastbound entrance ramp re-opened Thursday afternoon at 3:30.
The Logan County Haz-Mat Team and EPA assisted at the scene.
Troopers were sent to a one-vehicle rollover accident on 68 near County Road 111 just before 5 a.m.
Joseph Borkosky, 22, of Vanlue, fell asleep while driving a southbound pickup.
The truck went off the right side of the road, then struck a tree and a fence and overturned several times.
Borkosky, who suffered a neck injury, was transported to Mary Rutan Hospital by Rushcreek EMS then flown to OSU Medical Center.
He was cited for failure to control and improper use of a seat belt.