UPDATE: State Highway 112 at Twin River Road cleared after log truck wreck
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JOYCE — A wreck involving a log truck on state Highway 112 near its intersection with East Twin Road has east and westbound traffic down to one lane this (Friday) morning.
Initial reports are there were no injuries, said Trooper Russ Winger, State Patrol spokesman.
The state Department of Transportation and State Patrol troopers are both on scene of the wreck, which, according to preliminary information, involved a log truck and no other vehicles, according to the State Patrol.
Winger said the wreck was first reported at about 7:30 a.m. and was blocking both lanes of traffic for a period of time.
Traffic was being alternated through one lane around the truck, according to the state, which did not release an estimated time for the road to be fully open.
Winger said he did not know yet if the log truck was carrying a load or not.
No information on cause was immediately available.
Last modified: September 08. 2013 1:03AM