INDIANOLA, Pa. (KDKA/AP) – A stretch of the westbound Pennsylvania Turnpike has reopened after a tractor-trailer crash Thursday morning.

Pennsylvania Turnpike officials announced Thursday afternoon that the scene of tractor-trailer accident had been cleared, the westbound lanes between the Allegheny Valley Interchange and the Butler Valley Interchange have been reopened.

State police say the truck driven by 44-year-old Walter Lee Mida, of Wayne, Michigan, hit a guardrail then tipped over onto its side about 11 a.m. Thursday. That happened in Indiana Township, about three miles west of the Route 28 exit, northwest of Pittsburgh.

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Police say Mida, who drives for Quickway Carriers, based near Columbus, Ohio, was taken to a hospital with only minor injuries.

The westbound lanes were closed during the early afternoon so crews could clear the wreckage and police could investigate.

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