Semi overturns on SB 71 near Glencoe exit - WFXG FOX 54 - News Now

Semi overturns on SB 71

GLENCOE, KY (FOX19) -

A semi overturned early Wednesday morning on I-71 in Kentucky.

Right now, the left lane of southbound I-71 near the Glencoe exits is closed.

No one was hurt.

The truck was carrying paint so first responders tell us the truck will need to be unloaded before they can turn it right side up to clean up the crash.

 

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