UPDATE: One westbound lane of I-64 reopened after tractor trailer fire

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#UPDATE: DAWSON, WV (WVNS) — One westbound lane of I-64 at mile marker 148 in Greenbrier County is reopened after a tractor trailer caught fire.

Drivers are advised to travel through the area with caution while clean-up of the fire is still being done.


DAWSON, WV (WVNS) — Both westbound lanes of I-64 at mile marker 148 in Greenbrier County are shut down due to a tractor trailer that caught on fire.

Greenbrier County dispatch said the call came in at 10:06 a.m. of a truck being engulfed in flames. The Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department, White Sulphur Springs EMS, Smoot Fire Department, and Rupert Fire Department are all on scene.

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There are no injuries being reported at this time. Anyone travelling this way is asked to find an alternate route.

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Photo Courtesy of Paige Powers

Stick with 59News as we provide updates on the road closure.

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