The driving force was entrapped. The severity of accidents was unknown.
MONROE — A state Division of Corrections semi truck uncoupled and rolled over on U.S. 2 west of Monroe, blocking traffic for hours Monday, in keeping with the Washington State Patrol.
The 18-wheeler was headed west when the field separated from the truck round 11:50 a.m. between Fryelands Boulevard and Roosevelt Street, trooper Kelsey Harding mentioned. The driving force was entrapped and the severity of accidents was unknown.
There have been no different reviews of accidents.
HAPPENING NOW | WB US 2 BLOCKED WEST OF MONROE
All lanes on westbound US 2 between Fryelands Boulevard and Roosevelt Street, west of Monroe, are blocked for a semi rollover collision. Traffic diverted round closure through Roosevelt Street. Anticipate lengthy delays or search alternate routes! pic.twitter.com/uYhiyoSPBv
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In the meantime, traffic on the freeway was diverted for hours.
Eastbound drivers had been capable of get by at Roosevelt, according to the state Department of Transportation. Westbound lanes at Fryelands remained stalled till about 3:30 p.m.
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