STATE COLLEGE – As of 9:15 p.m., a section of Interstate 80 eastbound in Centre County has been re-opened, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
The roadway was closed in the early morning hours today due to a multiple-vehicle crash at mile-marker 165 in Centre County.
With the roadway re-opened, the detour has been lifted. Drivers had been following the orange detour, which used Routes 26 and 64 to move traffic from the Bellefonte/161 interchange to the Lamar/173 interchange in Clinton County.
PennDOT thanks drivers for their patience during this incident.
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