COBB COUNTY, Ga. — Traffic is flowing again along all of Interstate 20 in Cobb County after a tractor-trailer crash halted traffic for more than 10 hours.
The westbound lanes were reopened just before 4:30 a.m. Thursday.
Channel 2 Action News took you live over the scene in NewsChopper 2 Wednesday afternoon along I-20 near Six Flags.
Fuel spilled on the road from a tanker.
Crews worked all night and into Thursday morning to clean up the mess.
Georgia’s Department of Transportation says the eastbound lanes reopened around 2:45 a.m.
All traffic 20 wb being taken off at Fulton Industrial. Some cars stuck b/t FIB and the tanker crash are turning around to go back to the FIB ramp. pic.twitter.com/DefkD81LKw— Jason Durden (@JasonDurdenWSB) August 15, 2018
A second crash on I-285 eastbound at I-75, also involving a tractor trailer, blocked all lanes for a short while Wednesday. Lanes have now reopened, but heavy delays remain.
#UPDATE all lanes finally reopened from this earlier crash! https://t.co/X8W14wadTA— Triple Team Traffic (@WSBTraffic) August 15, 2018
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