An overturned tractor-trailer has been removed after it blocked all eastbound traffic on Interstate 30 in Miller County, near Texarkana, on Sunday, the Arkansas Department of Transportation said.
The agency reported that the interstate was cleared by 3:14 p.m. Sunday. Subsequent images from the Transportation Department's traffic camera on I-30, east of the Interstate 49 interchange, showed the truck set upright and later removed.
There were no reported injuries and no hazardous material.
— Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
12:29 p.m.: Overturned tractor-trailer blocks westbound I-30 in Miller County Sunday afternoon
An overturned tractor-trailer has blocked all eastbound traffic on Interstate 30 in Miller County, near Texarkana, on Sunday, the Arkansas Department of Transportation said.
Dave Parker, a spokesman for the department, said it could take crews a few hours to move the tractor-trailer because it is leaking diesel fuel.
An incident report from the Arkansas Department of Transportation Construction and Travel Information System said the tractor-trailer overturned just after 11a.m. on Sunday.
The tractor-trailer was carrying 76,000 pounds of tomatoes, a tweet from the department said at 11:45 a.m. on Sunday.
Parker said they are sending drivers on the eastbound side to Exit 2, though he was not exactly sure where it brings them out on I-30.
Information about injuries or fatalities was not immediately released.
— Remington Miller