Crashes, Disabled Vehicles Close Parts of Interstate 90 In North East PA

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NORTH EAST, Pa. (Erie News Now) – The eastbound lanes of Interstate 90 in Erie County, Pa. are closed due to a motor vehicle crash involving a tractor trailer with a spilled load on the roadway, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation said late Wednesday morning.

The highway is closed from Exit 37 (Interstate 86 East/Jamestown) to Exit 41 (Route 89/North East).








Routes 430 and 531 are also closed in Harborcreek Township, Erie County due to disabled vehicles blocking the roadway, according to PennDOT.

Route 430 is closed from the intersection of Route 290 (Bayfront Connector) to the Intersection with Route 531 (Depot Road). Route 531 is closed from the intersection with TA Travel Center Road to the intersection with Firman Road.









The roads are expected to reopen once the vehicles have been cleared.

PennDOT has temporarily reduced the speed limit to 45 mph on Interstates 86 and 90 in Erie County due to the winter weather.















 

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