Wreck on state Highway 112 delays traffic near Neah Bay
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A Freightliner truck and trailer carrying salmon went off the road east of Neah Bay, said Trooper Russ Winger, State Patrol spokesman.
“There were no injuries,” Winger said.
The road was partially or fully closed between Milepost 0 and Milepost 1 from 10:15 a.m. until 12:16 p.m., as State Patrol troopers investigated the wreck, according to the state Department of Transportation.
Traffic was reduced to one lane with alternating traffic as officers investigated the cause. Both lanes were closed for less than an hour, Winger said.
Transportation crews cleared lanes of mud that had ended up on the road after the wreck, he said.
Neah Bay police officers controlled traffic until troopers arrived.
Last modified: July 17. 2013 5:37PM