Semi crash, wet conditions could complicate morning commute

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UPDATE: 405 has reopened, but police say traffic will still be a problem this morning.

BELLEVUE, Wash. -- Troopers are working a major crash on I-405 North that has all northbound lanes blocked and is impacting a couple of southbound lanes as well.

Washington State Patrol reports that an 18-wheeler was possibly traveling too fast for the wet conditions and jackknifed, striking a light pole on I-405 North near SE 8th. It's a refrigeration truck carrying groceries, according to Trooper Rick Johnson.

The truck caught fire, and the light pole fell onto I-405 South, blocking some of the highway and damaging six vehicles in the southbound lanes.

As of 5:30 a.m. Friday, all northbound I-405 lanes were blocked.

There were no major injuries reported.

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