FISHERS, Ind. - All lanes of Interstate 69 north near the 116th Street exit are open Wednesday morning after a semi tractor trailer caught fire Wednesday morning.
Shortly after 3:45 a.m. fire, police and an ambulance were sent to the 204.5 mile marker of northbound I-69 on a report of a semi tractor trailer on fire. At one point, officers said they could hear items inside the tractor trailer exploding.
Police say an ambulance was called for the driver of the semi, but his injuries are not believed to be serious.
Initially, all northbound lanes and two southbound lanes were closed. A few hours later, all southbound lanes were reopened. Police were directing traffic through the right shoulder while they cleaned up the accident. In the 8 a.m. hour, all lanes were reopened.
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