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2-semi crash closes 2 EB lanes on Turnpike

Semi crash closes EB lanes on the Ohio Turnpike (Source: WTOL) Semi crash closes EB lanes on the Ohio Turnpike (Source: WTOL)
FULTON COUNTY, OH (WTOL) -

A 2-semi crash has closed 2 eastbound lanes on the Ohio Turnpike Monday morning.

The crash happened just east of the Wauseon exit near milepost 35 in Fulton Co. around 1 a.m. 

It is unclear if anyone was injured during the crash.

Police say no hazmat materials were spilled as a result of the crash. 

No official detour has been established, but eastbound traffic is advised to:

  • Take exit 34
  • Go south on State Route 108 to US 20A
  • Take US 20A east to State Route 109 and go north to re-enter the Turnpike at exit 39. 

Police say the crash originally caused all eastbound lanes to shut down as well as one westbound lane.

The eastbound lanes are expected to open by 6 a.m.

Drivers are advised to use caution in the area if they are taking this route.

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