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All lanes on I-279 open after truck crash causes traffic restrictions

Bob Bauder
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Tribune-Review
One lane of Interstate 279 southbound is closed between the I-79 split and the Camp Horne Road Exit because of a truck crash.

Both lanes of Interstate 279 southbound are open as police have cleared an earlier crash.

The highway had been restricted to one lane of traffic between the Interstate 79 split and Camp Horne Road Exit (Exit 8) because of the crash.

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reported that emergency personnel were at the scene of a truck crash.

PennDOT advised drivers to slow down and use caution in the restricted area.

Bob Bauder is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bob at 412-765-2312, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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