FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ga. — All lanes of I-85 northbound have finally reopened in Franklin County after a crash Sunday night involving a hazmat situation.
All lanes were initially shut down in both directions, but the southbound lanes finally reopened around 7:30 a.m. Monday.
The Georgia Department of Public Safety said a crash involving a commercial vehicle carrying hazardous materials happened near mile marker 160 in Carnesville.
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The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said they “were not releasing any information to the news at this time.”
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Franklin County is in the northeast part of the state along the Georgia/South Carolina border.
It’s unclear what sort of hazardous materials spilled or if anyone was injured.
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