2 crashes cause major delays on 30-mile stretch of WB Indiana Toll Road

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Two separate crashes caused major delays on westbound Indiana Toll Road impacting a 32-mile stretch of the roadway Wednesday morning.

In one crash, a semi traveling southbound on 421 went off the road and down the embankment onto the WB Toll Road where it hit a pick-up truck. A large amount of oil spilled onto the roadway. Clean-up is underway in the area.

A second crash at Westbound MM 52.0 has stopped for all lanes.

Traffic is getting by in one lane from South Bend to Michigan City due to both crashes.

Westbound traffic is being diverted at South Bend (MM72).

Emergency vehicles are on site.

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