I-24 eastbound open after oversized vehicle damaged guardrail in work zone

I-24 eastbound open after oversized vehicle damaged guardrail in work zone
According to KYTC, a vehicle with an oversized load traveled into a work zone between the 52 and the 65 mile marker in Trigg County and ripped up guardrail at several bridges. (Source: Google Maps)

TRIGG COUNTY, Ky. (KFVS) - The eastbound lanes of Interstate 24 are open near the 60 mile marker in Trigg County.

According to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, a vehicle with an oversized load traveled into a work zone between the 52 and the 65 mile marker and ripped up guardrail at several bridges.

The work zone has a strict 12-foot maximum load width for eastbound traffic and a strict 15-foot maximum load with for westbound traffic.

A guardrail repair crew completed repairs and the eastbound lanes were reopened.

The work zone with two-way traffic running on the westbound lanes is expected to be in place into spring 2021.

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