Update 1/20/15 2:51 p.m.: ODOT says the field investigation has concluded, and the clean up operations have started. In a press release, ODOT says debris removal is expected to take anywhere from 24 to 48 hours. After that, inspectors will look at the southbound lanes of I-75 to see if any repairs are needed.
Update 01/20/15, 12:45 p.m.: The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the City of Cincinnati have released new information about Monday night's overpass collapse on southbound I-75.
Commuters aren't the only ones trying to find new routes following Monday night's overpass collapse on southbound I-75 at Hopple Street. Truck drivers hauling goods and manufacturing products have to divert around town.
Frisch's Restaurants says a former executive stole millions from the company over several years and is taking him to court to recover it.
In a press release, Frisch's said Michael Hudson, the company's former assistant treasurer, embezzled an estimated $3.3 million from the company by forging payroll documents, creating false documents and accounting entries to divert the money into his personal bank accounts.
Frisch's said in its press release that Hudson resigned and assumed full responsibility. The civil suit has been filed in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court.