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Rig Wreck in Snow Squall on Interstate 81

SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY, Pa. -- Snow squalls may have led to a rig wreck on Interstate 81 in Susquehanna County.

It happened around 8 a.m. Friday on I-81 north near the Lenox exit (211).

State police say a snow squall moved through the area, which may have caused the double tractor-trailer to crash.  The trailers were hauling an additive for concrete, but nothing hazardous.

Several cars also slid off the road due to the squall.

No one was hurt.

4 comments

    • lamestream r

      Just wait until we really get snow, especially in Scranton! A lot of low rider cars in the City with bald tires and people want to know why people get stuck going up Pittston Ave in or anywhere else in Scranton! They moved to Scranton never having a vehicle, because of using mass transit and all of sudden they are expert drivers in snow! God knows they can’t drive in warm weather either, but snow or ice, forget it…………..

  • lamestream r

    So it begins, lack of common sense while driving in inclement weather with freezing temperatures! The stupidity with drivers is amazing!

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