Broken glass on northbound I-15 backs up traffic in Utah County
LINDON, Utah — The Utah Highway Patrol and the Utah Department of Transportation responded to a broken glass spill Saturday afternoon on northbound I-15 in Lindon between mileposts 274 and 275.
Troopers and UDOT are working to clean up broken glass spread across northbound I-15 in Lindon between Mile Markers 274 and 275. Two lanes are currently open with the rest expected to reopen within 20-30 minutes. pic.twitter.com/W12UdSSnsx
— Utah Highway Patrol (@UTHighwayPatrol) January 15, 2022
According to the UHP, a truck carrying glass dropped a large glass window onto the highway. The glass spread across all lanes. However, two lanes were opened a short time later.
UDOT was sweeping and using leaf blowers to get the class of the highway. All lanes of traffic were back open by 4:15 p.m. Traffic was backed up to Orem.
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