Rough morning commute: Jackknifed semis, downed tree, landslide

Rough morning commute: Jackknifed semis, downed tree, landslide
A jackknifed semi blocks Mt. Hope Road at Elberon Avenue in East Price Hill. (FOX19 NOW/Matt Wood)
A jackknifed semi blocks Mt. Hope Road at Elberon Avenue in East Price Hill. (FOX19 NOW/Matt Wood)

FORT MITCHELL, KY (FOX19) - Jackknifed semis, a downed tree and report of a landslide made for a rough morning commute Thursday as heavy rain soaked the Tri-State.

A jackknifed semi tractor-trailer is blocking Mt. Hope Road at Elberon Avenue in East Price Hill.

No injuries were reported, but it's not clear when the road will reopen.

Earlier this morning, a fallen tree shut down eastbound Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway near Ridge Road.

The debris in the road was reported just before 4:30 a.m. All lanes reopened by 5 a.m.

Drivers in northern Kentucky also saw major traffic issues.

All lanes of southbound Interstate 71/75 closed for about an hour after two semi semis jackknifed near Dixie Highway at 2:45 a.m.

The highway is open again, but traffic delays are lingering on the Cut-in-the-Hill.

A landslide also was reported on Winters Lane in Cold Spring, but the road is now clear.

FOX19 NOW will continue to bring you all the latest weather and traffic conditions throughout the morning.

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