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Overturned Semi Shuts Down I-69 Monday Morning
Monday, October 5, 2020

ANGOLA, IN - An overturned semi tractor-trailer north of 354 mile marker on I-69 has closed the northbound lanes. Early reports indicate no injuries; however the northbound lanes will remain closed for clean up.

The 354 mile marker is in the area of Pokagon State Park on I-69. Responders on the scene are estimating that it could be closed for up to three hours this morning.



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