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NB I-75 reopens from crash, fuel spill Downtown

NB I-75 is back open Downtown. (www.ohgo.com) NB I-75 is back open Downtown. (www.ohgo.com)
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The morning commute got off to a rough start Tuesday with wet roads and crashes snarling highways.

Northbound Interstate 75 reopened at 7:30 a.m. after it was shut down for more than two hours just past the Brent Spence Bridge and I-71 Cincinnati police said.

A semi jackknifed about 5:15 a.m.,spilling fuel, they said.

No injuries were reported, but a Hazmat crew was summoned.

Two crashes and a disabled vehicle snarled the commute in Northern Kentucky earlier this morning:

  • A two-vehicle collision blocked the left lane on northbound I-471 just before the Big Mac Bridge in Newport, according to Campbell County dispatchers. No one was hurt and the crash has cleared, but be prepared for slow traffic.
  • A disabled vehicle brought the center lane to a dead halt on southbound I-71/75 on the -Cut-in-the-Hill near the Kyles Lane exit.
  • The left two lanes were shut down on southbound I-71/75, also on the Cut-in-the-Hill, after two cars crashed about 5:21 a.m., according to Kenton County dispatchers. All lanes cleared about a half hour later. No one was hurt.

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