INDIANAPOLIS -- A jackknifed semi caused many problems and delays for drivers Wednesday morning near Indianapolis' north split.
A semi driver said a passenger car cut him off just south of the north split, causing him to crash into the guardrail.
Traffic was reduced to one lane in the southbound lanes area.
The crash also spilled dirt and diesel fuel along the interstate. The Marion County Health Department also went to the scene to assess the spill.
There were no injuries.
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The boy was driven to Riley Children's Hospital for treatment. Details about his condition weren't immediately available.