Overturned fuel tanker on I-90 causes closure in Lyman County

UPDATE (11:30 a.m.): Westbound traffic on I-90 is now open in one lane, according to the South Dakota Highway Patrol.

LYMAN COUNTY, S.D. — The westbound lane of Interstate 90 has been closed at mile marker 251 after a tanker truck overturned and spilled fuel on the road, according to a Facebook post from the Lyman County Sheriff’s Department.

The driver received minor injuries. Lyman County Sheriff’s Office, SD Highway Patrol, Reliance FD, Lyman Rescue, Lyman County Ambulance A&R towing and DOT have been on scene working to get traffic opened.

Authorities ask that those traveling westbound on I-90 through that area please take alternate route.

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