INDIANAPOLIS - The exit from westbound Interstate 70 to the Indianapolis International Airport was expected to reopen at 4 p.m., officials announced Tuesday.
A spokesman for the Indiana Department of Transportation said road crews had to remove an overhead box truss sign that was damaged in a crash.
Officials said lane restrictions would remain in place for ongoing cleanup.
In the meantime, access to the airport from eastbound I-70 was still open.
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