FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) A crash along Interstate 69 in southwest Fort Wayne closed two lanes of the highway for more than an hour Friday. The interstate reopened around 1:45 p.m.
Police and medics were called around noon Friday to the 303 milemarker of Interstate 69, one mile north of the Jefferson Boulevard/U.S. 24 interchange, on a report of a crash.
The driver of the vehicle involved in the crash swerved to avoid a truck bed liner that was in the road.
The driver has been transported to a local hospital.
Dispatchers told NewsChannel 15 two lanes of northbound I-69 were closed, but have now been reopened.
State police asked motorists to avoid the area and to seek alternate routes of travel.