A single-vehicle crash on I-77 northbound closed the highway for about an hour Friday morning.
Around 6:05 a.m., the Summit County Sheriff's Office responded to a report that the driver of a 1998 Ford Ranger traveling north on the highway lost control of the car near the Massillon Road exit. The Ranger flipped on its top and slid approximately 100 yards, according to a Sheriff's Office news release, and came to a rest underneath the Route 619 bridge.
The Ranger became engulfed in flames and crews from Green and Coventry fire departments responded to the scene. The two occupants of the car were able to exit before the fire started and were treated on the scene for minor injuries, according the the Sheriff's Office.