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Traffic Alert: Crash on I-65 in TN causing delays


Update (6:31pmCT, Fri 8 Apr 2016): The crash on Interstate 65 SOUTH in Tennessee near mile marker 112 has been cleared. The detour is being deactivated. It will take some time for traffic to clear out and get up to speed.

BOWLING GREEN, KY - (Fri 8 Apr 2016, 4:08pmCT) - A crash in Tennessee on Interstate 65 SOUTH near mile marker 112 is causing major traffic backups and delays. Motorists are being diverted onto US 31-W at exit 2 in Kentucky and rejoining I-65 at White House, TN.

Because of the amount of traffic being diverted delays on US 31-W can also be expected. Motorists are advised to check WAZE, KY 511 and the TDOT Smartway Map for real-time traffic flow. An alternate route could be a better choice. The duration of the delays are unknown at this time. - Wes Watt, Public Information Officer, KYTC, District 3, Bowling Green, KY.




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