2 tractor-trailers crash, tying up traffic on I-95


Two tractor-trailers crashed near the Maryland House rest area on Interstate 95 in Harford County yesterday morning, tying up southbound traffic for nearly two hours, state police said. No one was injured.

The accident happened about 6:15 a.m. after a southbound tractor-trailer swerved to miss a broken-down vehicle in the roadway, said Cpl. Christopher McQuaide of the JFK Barracks. When the truck swerved, it sideswiped another southbound tractor-trailer and the two trailers locked, skidding to a halt and blocking the southbound lanes, he said.

The trucks were able to be driven away, he said.

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