Update: Interstate 84 reopened completely Tuesday night. A truck was still working to clean up the crash as of Wednesday morning, but traffic is moving through all lanes of the freeway, the KSL Traffic Center reports. - - - - - -
MORGAN — Most lanes on I-84 reopened Tuesday evening, hours after both directions of the freeway were shut down due to a semitruck rollover, authorities said.
The Utah Department of Transportation estimated the crash scene would be cleared around 8:45 p.m., according to its website. As of 8 p.m., only one westbound lane was closed.
The driver of the semitruck suffered minor injuries, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.
The crash occurred near the Taggart’s exit, about 2 miles east of Morgan, according to KSL Newsradio's Heather Kelly. The accident was first reported about 7 a.m. by officials from UDOT.
The semitruck and a dump truck were involved in the crash on the westbound side of the highway, according to UHP.
Two vehicles involved, semi and a dump truck on the westbound side. Traffic East and West is able to exit at Taggart's (Exit 108) then get back on without major disruption to flow. pic.twitter.com/PTKAPd4f9V— Utah Highway Patrol (@UTHighwayPatrol) July 16, 2019
Traffic in both directions was diverted off the highway at exit 108 and back on the highway without major disruption, UHP said.
The semitruck was not hauling hazardous materials, but a small diesel spill did occur and has been contained, according to UHP.
A second semitruck rollover occurred Tuesday afternoon on westbound I-84 about 2 miles west of Mountain Green in Weber County, according to UDOT.
That truck was hauling beer, according to UHP. As of 3:30 p.m., one westbound lane was open in that area, but there may be additional intermittent closures as crews clean up the crash scene, UHP said.
Second rollover on WB I-84 at MM 92. This semi is hauling beer. We have one WB lane open, it may be subject to intermittent closures during the cleanup process.— Utah Highway Patrol (@UTHighwayPatrol) July 16, 2019