Highway 102 reopens after truck loses load of lumber
Highway 102 has reopened after a tractor-trailer lost its load of lumber in a crash Wednesday morning.
Published Wednesday, November 14, 2012 12:39PM AST
Last Updated Wednesday, November 14, 2012 4:29PM AST
Nova Scotia’s Highway 102 has reopened to traffic after a truck lost its load of lumber in a crash Wednesday morning.
Police say a vehicle travelling outbound hydroplaned and lost control near the exit to Lower Sackville.
It then collided with a tractor-trailer hauling lumber, causing the lumber to spill onto both sides of the highway.
Both the inbound and outbound lanes were closed to traffic for several hours Wednesday as crews cleaned the debris from the road.
Inbound traffic was diverted onto Glendale Drive, while outbound traffic was re-routed back to the Bedford Highway.
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