CECIL COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — All I-95 lanes have reopened after the interstate was shut down when a tanker overturned in Cecil County.

According to fire officials, the tanker overturned in the northbound side of I-95 near Elkton (exit 109).

The highway was shut down for several hours, causing delays on one of the heaviest trafficked roadways along the East Coast.

One person was trapped inside the tanker and crews took about an hour to free the person. They were flown for treatment.

The tanker was carrying crude oil.

Motorists can detour the accident by taking US 40 to MD 272 to I-95 or MD 273 to MD 272 to I-95.

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