UPDATE: I-81 in Susquehanna County Back Open After Rig Wreck

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SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY — A section of Interstate 81 in Susquehanna is back open following a crash.

According to PennDOT, I-81 was closed in both directions between the Glenwood/Lenoxville exit (206) and the Lenox exit (211) because of a crash involving tractor-trailers around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The interstate was back open by 6 p.m.

There is no word on injuries or what led to the wreck at this point.

Check back for updates.

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  • pattyh

    PennDott is out of control spending money and making it impossible to travel. I 81 south toward 80 at dead stop again. A lot of these accidents are because of continual, often unnecessary Lets spend money attitude of PennDot to justify budget requests.
    And where is the Inspector General? The Atty General? Why are the same sections of the interstates year after year done over again? Who inspects?

    • Please!!!

      You have no idea what you are talking about! PennDOT, somehow, is responsible for everything and anything! It’s ridiculous!

    • DJB

      Congestion, heavy traffic, ZERO berms, narrow lanes, trucker fatigue, aggressive driving—-you pick the reason.

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