UPDATE: I-80 West Back Open After Big Rig Hauling Corn Flour Crashes

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UPDATE: Interstate 80 west near Tannersville reopened around 6 a.m. Monday after the big rig crash.

POCONO TOWNSHIP -- A tractor trailer speeding on the interstate in Monroe County caused a big crash, according to state police.

Troopers say the driver was going too fast in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 around 12 a.m. on Monday.

The big rig plowed through traffic cones at a construction zone and ended up crashing in the west lanes, spilling bags of corn flour all over the road.

No one was hurt, but troopers are ticketing the driver for going too fast.

Interstate 80 west near Tannersville was closed while crews cleaned up early Monday morning in Monroe County.

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    • truck driver

      If it wasn’t for truckers how would you get your trout supplies, fishing poles, snacks while your fishing, fuel to cook your trout and beer to drink after a successful day of fishing? I agree with your anger too. He needs to be punished harshly to send a message to all these other unsafe knuckleheads but the nation needs trucking logistics to exist.

    • truck driver

      Most truck drivers are safe drivers. You have to be to deal with all the idiots in their cars speeding while on their cellphone. But this guy here is also an idiot. Crossed the median into oncoming lanes, he should be jailed and CDL revoked for life.

  • truck driver

    This guy needs to be locked up. He’s lucky he didn’t kill people. He’s making my job tough on me. The cops will be even worse now on us safe drivers.

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