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I-65 traffic down to one-lane each way at Exit 48, Park City
9:00 am CT UPDATE: The southbound lanes of I-65 are now open, two lanes are open in the northbound direction. All northbound lanes will be open within the next 15-30 minutes. - Keirsten Jaggers
7:45 am CT UPDATE: KYTC crews are currently working to clear the debris at the crash site. Northbound traffic is open to two lanes, southbound remains pushed down to one lane. Duration of the crash has been reduced to 2 hours. - Chris Jessie, KTC Kentucky Highway Department, Elizabethtown, KY
By Keirsten Jaggers, Public Information Officer
KTC Kentucky Department of Highways District, Bowling Green, KY
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (March 18, 2013 7:04amCT) - A crash involving a tractor trailer with a load of lumber has pushed traffic down to one lane in each direction on Interstate 65 just north of Exit 48 at Park City.
The duration of this crash is 3-4 hours.
Traffic may be closed periodically in order to remove debris from the roadway. Motorists are encouraged to take alternate routes.
A suggested alternate route to avoid sitting in lengthy delays is the use of the Western Kentucky Parkway and the William H. Natcher Parkway.
Traveling Northbound on I-65:
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