Motorists should find an alternative route, if possible.
Photo by Erlanger Fire and EMS.
Update published at 12:37 p.m.:
Erlanger Fire and EMS reports that the contents of the tanker must be transferred before the truck can be moved.
The truck responsible for the transfer is six hours out.
Crews are working to come up with a faster solution.
Update on scene: contents of tanker must be transferred before truck can be moved. Truck responsible for transfer is estimated at 6 hours out currently. Crews working with company involved are working on faster solutions if possible.— Erlanger Fire/EMS (@ErlangerFire) December 21, 2020
Original story published Monday, December 21 at 11:29 p.m.:
(Erlanger, Ky.) – Interstate 75 is shut down in northern Kentucky due to an overturned semi.
Erlanger Fire and EMS says the accident occurred on I-75 southbound at the 184.3-mile marker coming off I-275 eastbound on the collector.
All lanes are currently blocked.
Crews say there is no active leak from the tanker at this time.
Motorists are encouraged to use an alternative route, if possible.
75 south at the 184.3 mile marker coming off of 275 East on the collector is shut down due to an overturned semi. All lanes are blocked currently. We will update on traffic as the crews work on scene. No active leak from the tanker at this time. pic.twitter.com/hvhRq0D7Lo— Erlanger Fire/EMS (@ErlangerFire) December 21, 2020