All WB I-64 lanes open after camper fire

All WB I-64 lanes open after camper fire

DUBOIS CO., Ind. (WFIE) - A section of westbound I-64 was down to one lane for several hours after a camper caught fire on the roadway.

ISP Trooper Lents tells us a camper, which was being pulled by a truck, caught fire after a tire blew at the 61.5 mile-marker. Trooper Lents says no one was injured from the fire.

According to Dubois County Central Dispatch, crews have reopened all WB I-64 lanes near Ferdinand. Both of the lanes on this westbound section of the interstate were originally closed.

A 14 News viewer shared some pictures from the scene from with us.

The viewer said he waited in stand-still traffic on the interstate for around 45-minutes on Saturday.
The viewer said he waited in stand-still traffic on the interstate for around 45-minutes on Saturday. (Source: WFIE via 14 News Viewer)

The viewer, who sent us the photos, said they waited in stand-still traffic for about 45-minutes.

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