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A Walmart semitractor trailer rests on the east side of the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 about a mile north of exit 113 on Thursday. As of 3 p.m., crews were still emptying fuel from the truck before attempting to move it.

A Walmart truck crashed off Interstate 5 Thursday afternoon north of Myrtle Creek.

Officials with the Oregon Department of Transportation said the crash, which occurred near milepost 113, is causing minimum to no delay.

As of 3 p.m. Thursday, crews were still removing all fuel from the truck before attempting to remove it.

More to come. 

Mike Henneke can be reached at mhenneke@nrtoday.com or 541-957-4208. Follow him on Twitter @ihenpecked.

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Mike Henneke has been working in newspapers for nearly 30 years. Dad of 5 kids, send more snacks.

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gardengal

No mention how the driver was nor any details how the crash happened

bohica13

That's why it says "More to come" at the bottom.

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