An estimated 1,100 pigs were killed following the crash and hundreds remained on the loose.
The driver of the semi-truck carrying the pigs lost control of the vehicle and smashed into a guard rail.
Fire Chief Dean Fox said at the scene.
“There’s quite a few dead pigs.
Fox credited area farmers who brought livestock trailers to the scene because that allowed a lot of the animals to be rounded up safely, but he noted that pigs that ran off and made it into the woods might not be found.
h/t: Dayton Daily