I-35 reopens after semi-truck crash, spill

Southbound I-35 closed at Westinghouse Road after two trucks crashed (KXAN Photo)
Southbound I-35 closed at Westinghouse Road after two trucks crashed (KXAN Photo)

ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) — Southbound Interstate 35 has reopened at Westinghouse Road after a semi-truck crashed and spilled the liquid it was transporting.

The crash between two 18-wheelers was at the 258 mile marker on the 5500 block of I-35. One of the drivers suffered minor injuries, according to Round Rock police.

Police say the driver of an 18-wheeler clipped another 18-wheeler around 1:24 a.m. Both of the vehicles ended up on their sides after the collision. The semi-truck was hauling hundreds of cases of water bottles, which are scattered all across the southbound lanes of I-35.

In case there are residual delays consider taking to the access road, SH 130, or FM 1460.

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