UPDATE: Tractor trailer leaking fuel causing I-64 to shutdown in Greenbrier County

Greenbrier County
Accident on I-64

UPDATE (06/07/18, 9:47 AM):

Greenbrier County dispatchers told 59 News one lane has opened along the stretch of I-64 westbound. No word on when all lanes will opened.

ORIGINAL:

A tractor trailer is leaking fuel after an accident on I-64 westbound causing crews to shutdown the interstate between mile markers 169-175.

Emergency dispatchers said a tractor trailer overturned on I-64 westbound near mile marker 171.

The call came in just after 10:00 p.m.

The Lewisburg Fire Department, Fairlea Volunteer Fire department, White Sulphur Springs EMS, Greenbrier County EMS and the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s department responded to the scene.

There’s no word on any injuries at this time.

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GREENBRIER COUNTY, WV (WVNS) — Crews responded to an accident on I-64 in Greenbrier County on Wednesday, June 6.

Emergency dispatchers said a tractor trailer overturned on I-64 westbound near mile marker 171.

The call came in just after 10:00 p.m.

The Lewisburg Fire Department, Fairlea Volunteer Fire department, White Sulphur Springs EMS, Greenbrier County EMS and the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s department responded to the scene.

There’s no word on any injuries at this time.

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