CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The westbound lanes of I-24 have reopened after an early morning crash that resulted in a fuel leak in Clarksville.
The crash happened just after 4 a.m. on Saturday morning in the westbound lanes of Interstate 24 near mile marker 2.4. According to Clarksville police, a vehicle struck a semi-truck which caused the semi to leak fuel from its fuel tank, creating a hazard. Authorities asked drivers to avoid the area as crews with the Tennessee Highway Patrol worked to clear the crash.
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Traffic was reduced to one-lane travel Saturday morning, but all lanes have since reopened. Clarksville police say minor injuries were reported in the crash but it remains unclear which driver was injured.
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