VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - Crews have reopened both lanes after a crash on Interstate 70 in Vigo County.
That's according to the Indiana Department of Transportation.
The crashed happened just after 10:00 Thursday morning near the nine-mile-marker.
That is between the two Terre Haute exits.
The crash forced crews to close lanes while they worked to clean up the scene.
Police told News 10 a semi driver lost control of the truck and rolled over a guardrail.
Our crew on the scene saw beer boxes and bottles around the truck.
The driver of the truck was sent to a local hospital for head injuries.
Police are still investigating what led the driver to lose control.
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