Long delays on westbound I-90 after semi carrying corn rolls near Easton

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EASTON, Wash. – One lane is open on westbound I-90 near Easton after a semi-truck rolled over and one spilled corn across the freeway.

The crash happened at milepost 69 around 4 a.m. WSP troopers said there were only minor injuries, but the cleanup was expected to take hours.

Troopers said there were a total of three collisions involving semis, and that two of the semis rolled.

Troopers said that I-90 will fully close again later in the morning to remove the semis. Check before you leave to see where things stand.

Use Highway 2 or Highway 12 as an alternate route.

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