I-89 closed after tractors broke down

VTrans: I-89 Section closes south after tractor trailers break down

Part of the road reopened around 6 a.m., according to officials



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VTrans: I-89 Section closes south after tractor trailers break down

Part of the road reopened around 6 a.m., according to officials

Part of Interstate 89 was closed for two hours after several trailers stopped on the road, according to Vermont transportation officials. live traffic map | Weather Forecast Members of the Vermont Transportation Agency announced after 3:45 a.m. that southbound lanes near the 18 mile mark will remain closed until further notice. This section is located between Exit 3 at Bethel (mile 22) and Exit 2 at Sharon (mile 13). A follow-up notice delivered at 6 a.m. advised that the road be reopened to public traffic. It was reported that most of the state’s major roads were jammed with snow after hours of accumulation likely to result in more than a foot of total snowfall. Challenges for those hoping to keep the roads and parking lots clear. Most of this fast falling snow is a soft, fluffy buildup thanks to the sharp drop in temperatures in the evening hours.

Part of Interstate 89 was closed for two hours after several trailers stopped on the road, according to Vermont transportation officials.

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Members of the Vermont Transportation Agency announced after 3:45 a.m. that southbound lanes near the 18th mile mark will remain closed until further notice. This section is located between Exit 3 at Bethel (mile 22) and Exit 2 at Sharon (mile 13).

A follow-up notice delivered at 6 a.m. advised that the road be reopened to public traffic.

Most of the state’s major roads are reported to be full of snow after hours of accumulation which is likely to result in more than a foot of total snowfall.

Plows were running for hours before the storm Thursday, though snowfall rates above 2 inches per hour presented challenges for those hoping to keep roads and parking lots clear.

Most of this fast falling snow is a soft, fluffy buildup thanks to the sharp drop in temperatures in the evening hours.

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