Traffic moving westbound on Interstate 94 is back to normal after a semi was towed from the entrance of Lowry tunnel where it jackknifed on Sunday morning.
The semitrailer truck jackknifed and overturned at the entrance of Lowry tunnel just after 10 a.m. blocking two lanes of traffic going westbound on I-94 for about 90 minutes, the Star Tribune said.
No other vehicles were involved in the crash, the truck was not carrying any cargo, and the driver was uninjured, the Pioneer Press said.
The driver said that wet roads caused the incident, but the cause is still under investigation, the Pioneer Press said.
The semi was removed by towing crews around 11:35 a.m., the Star Tribune said.