Wisconsin transportation officials are warning drivers to seek alternate routes after a crash involving a tanker truck shut down all lanes of a major interstate.
The crash was reported around 2:45 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14, on southbound I-94/41 in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, according to The Journal Times.
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According to reports, a Chevy Tahoe, a Jeep, and a tanker truck were involved in a collision that left the Tahoe pinned underneath the truck.
At least one driver was life-flighted from the scene with serious injuries. The tanker truck driver wasn’t hurt.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
The crash shut down all southbound lanes of the interstate and has caused such a serious backup that drivers are reportedly getting out of their vehicles and walking around.
Wisconsin transportation officials are working to clear the crash and reopen lanes.
UPDATE: Two lanes are now open to clear traffic. Full closure remains at HWY G and is expected to re-open soon after traffic in queue clears. #RacineCounty @WisDOTsoutheast #MilwaukeeTraffic pic.twitter.com/1HABsZcoxp
— 511 Wisconsin (@511WI) May 14, 2019