Route 910 reopens after nearly 6 hours closed
Route 910 between Harmar and Indiana Township has reopened after being shut down for nearly six hours Tuesday morning.
Motorists who travel nearby Freeport Road tangled with heavy delays from the detoured traffic.
The portion of Route 910 was closed after a tractor trailer split and the bottom of the truck fell out, WPXI reported.
Crews spent the morning cleaning up near Rich Hill and Locust roads.
5 HOURS- That’s how long crews are estimating for the cleanup of a “split” truck along Route 910/Indianola Road in Harmar Township. Coming up on Channel 11 Morning News, we’re talking about Alternate Routes. #PittsburghTraffic #wpxi pic.twitter.com/lH9jSrTXEw
— WPXI Traffic (@WPXITraffic) June 25, 2019
Route 910 is heavily traveled since it connects Indiana Township to Harmar, Oakmont and Route 28.
Tawnya Panizzi is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tawnya at 412-782-2121 x1512, [email protected] or via Twitter .