ODESSA, Mo. — All westbound lanes of I-70 near Odessa, Mo., have reopened Tuesday after crews cleared debris from a tractor-trailer fire.
The accident happened at mile marker 38.2 Monday night.
Police say a the tractor-trailer collided with a car that was broken down on the side of the highway. The collision caused both vehicles to catch on fire.
The tractor-trailer was hauling aluminum, which resulted in a large amount of debris covering the roadway.
No injuries were reported in the accident.
Update: All lanes of WB I-70 near Odessa are back open. Here's a look of what caused the closure– vehicle fire. pic.twitter.com/lUPSm8WKSN
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