DRAPER — A tipped-over camping trailer caused delays on northbound I-15 at Bangerter Highway Monday evening but was cleared by 7 p.m., Utah Department of Transportation cameras showed.
UDOT announced the crash shortly before 5 p.m. Monday. The trailer initially closed four lanes of the highway, allowing traffic to pass only on the Bangerter offramp. By 5:25 p.m., traffic cameras showed crews had righted the camper and moved it to the HOV lane, reopening all other lanes on the highway.
After lingering delays, cameras showed traffic flowing freely by 7 p.m.
It was not immediately clear what caused the wreck. The Utah Highway Patrol tweeted that there are no injuries reported in the crash.
HOV lane is closed and all other lanes are open on NB I-15 at Bangerter Hwy. Crews are still working to clear the scene. Expect delays. pic.twitter.com/qWyZNgkJ5Z— UDOT Region Two (@UDOTRegionTwo) January 14, 2020
Troopers are on scene of an overturned camping trailer at 13800 S I-15 NB, no injuries reported, blocking all left lanes. Plan for delays in the area. Traffic is getting around it by utilizing the Bangerter off-ramp. Clean up may take some time. pic.twitter.com/EQOhZn6rMR— Utah Highway Patrol (@UTHighwayPatrol) January 13, 2020