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I-279 reopens after truck rollover

Tribune-Review
| Tuesday, September 11, 2018 12:09 p.m.
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A PennDOT traffic camera photo shows a truck overturned near the intersection of I-279 and Mount Lebo Road. I-279 South was closed shortly before noon Tuesday.

The southbound lanes of Interstate 279 reopened to traffic shortly before 7 p.m. Tuesday following a morning crash along the highway in Ohio Township, PennDOT said.

Traffic restrictions had been in place since a truck rolled over between I-79 and the Mt. Nebo Road interchange just after 11 a.m.

Tribune-Review news partner WPXI-TV reported that the truck had been hauling anti-freeze.

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