UPDATE: Part Of I-64 Still Closed After Bath County Collision

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 1/03 12:28 am
State Police say one lane of eastbound I-64 in Bath County is now open to traffic.

That's as crews cleanup debris from a weather-related collision.

Troopers say an SUV collided with a tanker truck.

Investigators say the SUV was headed west near mile marker 115 when it slid on the slick road, crossed the median and collided with the semi headed east.

Troopers say the SUV then went under the tanker's trailer before spinning back into the median.

According to State Police, the driver was ejected.

Now crews are working to remove the tanker from the road.

Traffic is being diverted using Highway 60 at mile marker 13.

Troopers say the SUV driver was flown to UK Hospital.

The semi driver was not hurt.
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