ST. LOUIS, MO — A vehicle fire Tuesday evening shut down two right lanes on Interstate 55 northbound in southwest St. Louis, according to MoDOT STL Traffic.
I-55 NB BEFORE BUTLER HILL RD
2 RIGHT LANES CLOSED
EST. CLEARANCE TIME: 7:40 PM
— MoDOT STL Traffic (@StLouisTraffic) July 6, 2021
The incident occurred on a stretch of I-55 northbound south of Butler Hill Road and was reported at 6:52 p.m.
MoDOT STL projected the lanes would reopen almost an hour later at 7:40 p.m., suggesting a significant blaze.
No further updates or information has been reported about the circumstances behind the incident.
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