Overturned 18-wheeler shuts down I-12 for nearly two hours
LIVINGSTON PARISH - The eastbound lanes of I-12 have reopened just past the Walker exit after an 18-wheeler flipped on its side.
Finally! Two lanes are now OPEN I-12 East past Walker pic.twitter.com/f0iuvDMZga— Jordan Whittington (@jwhittingtonBR) October 31, 2018
The crash happened around 7 o'clock Tuesday night on I-12 East between Walker and Satsuma. Officials closed down the interstate at 7:50 p.m. as they cleaned up oil from the roadway.
At 9:30 p.m., the interstate was reopened to motorists. Some drivers had been sitting in stopped traffic for over two hours.
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