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Traffic Advisory - I-65 NB In Hardin County (Elizabethtown)

Update 3:20pmCT: - The crash has been cleared. It will take some time for everything to begin moving again normally. Traffic is backed up all the way to Exit 81 at Sonora. - Chris Jessie
Northbound crash in construction area backs up traffic for several miles on I-65

By Chris Jessie, Public Information Officer
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, District 4, Elizabethtown, KY

A northbound crash combined with construction work has reduced I65 to one lane just north of Exit 94 (Elizabethtown). Traffic is backed up for several miles and weather conditions have deteriorated within the past hour due to rain. The queue reaches back to just north of Sonora. Drivers should be prepared for slow/stopped traffic ahead upon approaching the area. As of this post at 1pmCT/2pmET, cleanup is still expected to take 1-2 hours. Significant delays will result. Motorists are urged to consider an alternate route to their destination north of Elizabethtown



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