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Crash briefly slows traffic on SB I-69 Monday Morning
Wednesday, January 12, 2022

FORT WAYNE, IN - if you were a morning commuter to Fort Wayne, you may have noticed traffic on Interstate 69 on slowed Monday morning.

A crash was reported at the 316 mile marker, at the Dupont Road interchange. A vehicle hit the median wall.

Southbound traffic was still able to get around the crash but two lanes were blocked, causing a backup in the area.

Traffic was flowing again by 9:40 a.m. Monday morning.



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