CLEVELAND, Ohio — Interstate 90 westbound in Cleveland is back open after a crash Saturday afternoon that caused it to shut down, the Ohio Department of Transportation reported.
On Saturday, around 4:45 p.m., ODOT traffic cameras showed heavy congestion in the westbound lanes and many cars getting on an off-ramp to avoid the closure. The highway was closed at West 98th Street and West Boulevard, ODOT reported.
As of 5:30 p.m., ODOT traffic cameras showed traffic moving with ease in the westbound lanes.
State Highway Patrol says that Cleveland police are handling the crash investigation.
Cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer reached out to Cleveland police and Cleveland EMS Saturday afternoon for more information on the crash, including what caused the crash and if there were any injuries.