All lanes of the Indiana Toll Road west of South Bend have re-opened after a late night semi crash Monday. Police don't know what caused a semi driver to lose control of his rig near mile marker 65, about seven miles west of South Bend.
The truck landed on its side, partially on the road, but mostly in the median.
As of 11:30 p.m. Monday, lanes re-opened, but the semi, which has a load of potatoes, is still in the median. It will be removed later Tuesday after the potatoes have been placed in another truck.
An Indiana State Police troopper at the scene told WSBT Reporter Colleen Ferreira the driver, who was airlifted to Memorial Hospital, is in stable condition.
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