Update: Traffic is issuing again on Interstate 81. State military contend both I-81 South during a Nedrow exit and I-81 North during a Tully exit have reopened.
The off-ramp from I-81 South during a LaFayette exit also has reopened.
ONONDAGA, N.Y. — Traffic is corroborated adult and some-more than 40 vehicles are off a highway on Interstate 81 nearby a Nedrow, LaFayette and Tully exits Monday night, Onondaga County 911 dispatchers said.
Police sealed all lanes of I-81 South during Exit 16 in Nedrow during 5:18 p.m. due to an accident, according to a 511NY website. Onondaga County 911 annals uncover a medical call for someone who might have had a seizure on a highway nearby that exit.
The LaFayette exit ramp from I-81 South also sealed during 6 p.m. Monday given a tractor-trailer jack-knifed on I-81 South, according to a 511NY website.
Drivers roving on I-81 North nearby Tully also are during a delay given military sealed a highway after dozens of vehicles went off a highway or got stranded around 4 p.m. Monday as a continue conditions deteriorated. I-81 North during a Tully exit remained sealed during 6:20 p.m., 911 officials said.
“It’s like a fight section adult there,” a 911 runner said.
Those stranded in trade on I-81 described a highway, between LaFayette and Tully, as “a parking lot.”
“18-wheelers can’t get adult a hills,” one unclear reader wrote in an email. “Send help.”
Another reader, Bob Fetterman, pronounced he upheld a Tully exit before a highway closed. He has given been sitting stopped in trade for dual hours on I-81 between LaFayette and Tully.
“This could be a vital crises for cars using out of gas here,” Fetterman pronounced in an email. “… There is 0 transformation in dual hours of trade on a highway.”
State military contend they have been operative uninterrupted given a sleet started descending to assistance dozens of motorists who have driven off a road, into a median or crashed.
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