All lanes of I-85 Southbound open after crash involving 18-wheel - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

All lanes of I-85 Southbound open after crash involving 18-wheeler

Traffic shown from the Shorter exit (exit 22) Traffic shown from the Shorter exit (exit 22)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Officials say all lanes of I85 Southbound are open after a traffic accident occurred involving an 18-wheeler this morning. 

Southbound traffic was backed up to mile marker 24 at one time.

Those traveling from the Auburn area were rerouted to Highway 80 before mile marker 23 or 24.

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