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UTAH COUNTY — Troopers have reopened one lane of traffic after a semitrailer rollover forced the closure of U.S. 6 Monday morning.
UHP said the semi rolled around 3:30 a.m. near mile marker 201, which is halfway between Price and Spanish Fork.
Troopers said they had to close both directions of the road while crews released carbon dioxide from the vehicle.
Troopers were still investigating why the truck rolled.
No one was injured.
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