VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - According to Indiana State Police, all lanes of Interstate 70 are now open.
Update: Crews work 2 separate accidents on Interstate 70, within a couple miles of each other.
News 10 is told a pick-up truck crashed into an INDOT truck causing traffic to back up on I-70.
Due to that backed up traffic, a semi then hits 5 vehicles just a couple miles down the road.
The only reported injury in both crashes was that of the semi driver. Those injuries are considered minor.
Crews are working to divert traffic safely, but folks are still asked to avoid the area if possible.
A semi accident on Interstate 70 is causing traffic headaches, once again.
Vigo County Central Dispatch tells News 10 the eastbound lanes of I-70 near Darwin Road are closed as emergency crews clean up the scene of a semi turned sideways across the roadway.
The accident happened shortly after 2 p.m. on Monday.
Drivers are asked to avoid the area while crews clean up the mess.
Authorities are expecting the roadway to be closed for some time.
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