HANCOCK CO., Ind. (WISH) - All westbound lanes of Interstate 70 in Hancock County were reopened Monday morning after a semi jack-knifed. One eastbound lane is still closed.
The accident happened at 6:44 a.m. Monday morning at the 97 mile marker. Lanes were closed for about two hours.
Dispatch says there was a minor fuel leak. The semi crashed through a construction barrier.
No injuries were reported.
Emergency crews are on the scene.
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