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.
We now have the passing lane (left lane) open to westbound traffic. At Mile Marker 251, the scene of semi tractor-trailer rollover. Please us caution as you travel through the area. #keepSDsafe
— SD Highway Patrol (@SDHighwayPatrol) May 18, 2020
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.