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Crews cleaning up after dump truck starts fire on I-94

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STURTEVANT (WITI) — Crews were on the scene of a vehicle fire on I-94 near the State Highway 142 off-ramp on Wednesday, April 24th.

Kenosha County Sheriff’s officials say a dump truck hauling sand began leaking fuel and caught fire in the southbound lanes of I-94, just north of the State Highway 142 exit.

Officials say this is a single vehicle incident, and there was no crash that sparked the fire.

The truck is in an area where there is construction due to the ongoing I-94 widening project.

No one was injured.

All lanes of I-94/41 eastbound/southbound were closed at State Highway 142 due to this fire — but reopened to traffic before 11:00 p.m. Wednesday.

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