WASHINGTON – An overturned truck caused delays for commuters on northbound Interstate 95 Tuesday morning.
A box truck overturned on northbound I-95 before 7 a.m., causing all lanes to close to traffic after Route 100 in Howard County. All lanes reopened to traffic about two hours later.
The crash caused fuel to spill onto the roadway. Crews cleaned up the spill and reopened all of the lanes.
It is not yet clear if anyone sustained injuries in the crash.
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