MYRTLE CREEK — A freight truck hauling large rolls of paper overturned on Interstate 5 near Milepost 108 Thursday afternoon, causing a long delay for southbound travelers. Oregon State Police Senior Trooper Kevin Van Atta, who responded to the crash, said the truck was traveling south in the slow lane around 4 p.m. when it flipped over and crashed into the center divider. Oregon Department of Transportation spokesman Jared Castle said the single-vehicle crash closed the southbound left lane from 4 to 6 p.m. The northbound lanes were unaffected by the accident. ODOT closed all southbound lanes at 6 p.m. …
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