GRANT COUNTY, Ind. - The driver of a semi was hurt and all traffic came to a stop after an early morning rollover crash on the interstate in Grant County.
Grant County Sheriff's Office dispatchers said at roughly 5 a.m., a semi rolled over near the 262 mile marker on Interstate 69. That's roughly 2 miles south of the exit for Marion. (See map below.)
The driver was reportedly injured in the one-vehicle crash.
Both north- and southbound traffic were closed after the crash, but as of 6:30, crews began opening southbound lanes back up. Northbound lanes were still blocked.
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