Crash shuts down portion of Route 30 in eastern Lancaster CountyTwo crashes within the same area have shut down Route 30 in eastern Lancaster County this morning. The second crash still has the eastbound lanes from McIlvaine Road to Kinzer Road in Paradise Township shut down. PPL has been called to that scene for a downed utility pole. Many drivers are using 741 as a detour, but volume is building. The first crash happened in the eastbound lanes of 30 near Pequea Manor Drive and Leacock Road.
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A crash is causing major delays on I-283 in Dauphin County this morning.An overturned tractor-trailer has shut down the southbound lanes of I-283 at Exit 2, PA 441. Drivers are being directed to use the red detour.The crash is causing delays all the way back to the Eisenhower Interchange.Stay with WGAL for updates on this developing story.
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