PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - A vehicle fire on Interstate 70 forced crews to close both lanes for a couple of hours on Monday night.
It happened in the westbound lanes near the 31-mile marker.
That is in Putnam County just east of the Clay/Putnam County line.
According to the Indiana Department of Transportation, a vehicle fire was to blame for the road closure.
There's no word on the cause of the fire or if there were any injuries.
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