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UPDATE: Interstate 80 West Back Open After Pileup in Luzerne County

BLACK CREEK TOWNSHIP -- A big crash on the interstate is now cleaned up in Luzerne County.

State police say a tractor trailer wrecked on Interstate 80 west near Sugarloaf around 10 p.m. on Thursday.

A second crash happened when a big rig couldn't stop for three vehicles stopped in the left lane to avoid an ambulance from the first crash.

I-80 west from the Conyngham-Nescopeck exit to the Mifflinville exit was closed while crews cleaned up.

No one was seriously hurt in the crash in Luzerne County.

 

2 comments

  • SLOW DOWN

    you know why that big rig couldn’t stop?? because they are going upwards of 80 mph out there and a truck that large has no chance of stopping at that kind of speed… if you drive a big rig please do us all a favor and slow it down a little bit and also maybe try having a little consideration for other drivers on the road we would all appreciate it as we have places to go too just like you and we would like to get there safely

  • WarningFakeNews

    Words mean things:

    “A second crash happened when a big rig couldn’t stop for three vehicles stopped in the left lane to avoid an ambulance from the first crash.”

    “Failed to stop” or “Did not stop” would be more appropriate than couldn’t.

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