CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ)– A wrong-way crash on an interstate in Centre County ended with one man being flown to the hospital, according to state police.

Troopers say that it was at 11:15 p.m. Tuesday when an 85-year-old Ohio man pulled out onto eastbound lanes from the Snow Shoe rest stop on I-80 in his van while he was heading west.

He drove six miles before he collided with an oncoming tractor-trailer at mile marker 136, troopers said. Emergency personnel worked for approximately 15 minutes to free the driver of the van.

The driver suffered injuries and was flown to UPMC Altoona for treatment while state police said the tractor-trailer driver was not hurt.

According to a post from the Morris Township Volunteer Fire Company, an additional investigation found that the elderly operator was reported missing from Ohio and was having a medical incident.

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The fire company also noted that interstate 80 was closed for approximately 2.5 hours while crews operated and Reese Towing Cleared the scene. Approximately 100 gallons of diesel fuel spilled onto the interstate from a fuel tank on the tractor-trailer breaking open.

Morris Township fire posted on Facebook that at 2 a.m. a lane was reopen.