I-80 reopened at I-215 W after downed power lines closed roadway

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SALT LAKE CITY — All lanes on Interstate 80 near Interstate 215 westbound have reopened after a dump truck knocked power lines onto the roadway causing the area to close Tuesday afternoon.

Utah Highway Patrol troopers on scene confirmed to FOX 13 News that a UDOT dump truck doing work on the shoulder of I-80 hit the power lines, knocking them down.

Two cars and one fifth-wheel trailer were hit when the lines came down, troopers said.

There were no injuries reported.

The closure also affects the connector ramp from northbound I-215 W to eastbound I-80.

Sgt. Todd Royce from the UHP said the closures were necessary to allow Rocky Mountain Power repair crews to safely remove the downed power lines.

Watch FOX 13 News and fox13now.com for updates.