The state has reopened a portion of Interstate 65 in southern Indiana. The Indiana Department of Transportation reports multiple crashes and icy conditions led to a decision to shut down both directions of the road this morning between the Memphis and Taylorsville exits. Memphis is in Clark County and Taylorsville is in Bartholomew County.
January 21, 2014
SEYMOUR, Ind. – Both directions of Interstate 65 have reopened south of U.S. 31 (Exit 76) at Edinburgh and Taylorsville, but some counties along the corridor have declared travel watches or warnings advising essential or emergency travel, respectively. Drivers should reduce their speed according to conditions and anticipate delays and lane closures. For updated travel advisories reported by county authorities, visit www.in.gov/dhs/traveladvisory.
INDOT and Indiana State Police districts in southern Indiana closed portions of I-65 after 9 a.m. this morning due to crashes and low visibility. Strong winds resulted in blowing snow, reduced visibility and colder temperatures.
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Source: The Indiana Department of Transportation