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Westbound lanes of Nimitz Highway reopen after truck mishap


    The intersection of Alakawa Street and Nimitz Highway was backed up after the load from a semi-truck fell this morning.

All westbound lanes of Nimitz Highway at the intersection with Alakawa Street have been reopened following a mishap involving a semi-truck.

The accident occurred about 8:20 a.m. when glass and tile fell off the back of a semi-truck’s flatbed. Police diverted traffic onto Alakawa Street as crews cleared debris and glass from the roadway.

No serious injuries were reported.

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