I-385 Reopens After Tractor Trailer Overturns - WSPA.com

I-385 Reopens After Tractor Trailer Overturns

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Update: Tuesday, April 9 , 8:25 p.m.

Authorities say that Interstate 385 is now back open for regular travel.

Posted Tuesday, April 9, 5 p.m.

A tractor trailer blocking all lanes of Interstate 385 in Greenville County is causing problems for commuters Tuesday.

The South Carolina Highway Patrol says the roadway is blocked at the 31 mile marker in the northbound lanes.

The wreck happened around 5 p.m.

Images from Air 7 show an 18-wheeler on its side across the Interstate.

A detour has been set up around the wreck.  Motorists are able to use Exit 30 and take Highway 276 into Mauldin and use Butler Road to re-enter I-385, or they can use Highway 276 and go into Mauldin and enter I-85. 

Crews are working to clear the wrecked rig.

Click the map regions or the county listings at the bottom of the page to get real-time traffic accident information.

Troop 1
Clarendon
Kershaw
Lee
Lexington
Richland
Sumter
Troop 2
Abbeville
Edgefield
Greenwood
Laurens
McCormick
Newberry
Saluda
Troop 3
Anderson
Greenville
Oconee
Pickens
Spartanburg
Troop 4
Cherokee
Chester
Chesterfield
Fairfield
Lancaster
Union
York
Troop 5
Darlington
Dillon
Florence
Georgetown
Horry
Marion
Marlboro
Williamsburg
Troop 6
Beaufort
Berkeley
Charleston
Colleton
Dorchester
Jasper
Troop 7
Aiken
Allendale
Bamberg
Barnwell
Calhoun
Hampton
Orangeburg
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