Lane Of I-64E In Scott County Reopens After Semi Flips

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 1/24 12:49 am
Traffic was slow-going on part of I-64 in Scott County Thursday night after a semi accident.

Deputies said the truck went off the road around mile marker 71 and jack-knifed before flipping.

The Sheriff said the driver wasn't hurt.

According to investigators, the road will not reopen fully until the semi is moved.

Deputies eventually reopened one east-bound lane to traffic.


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