Route 6 in Wyoming County reopen after tractor-trailer crash

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BRAINTRIM TOWNSHIP, WYOMING COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — Route 6 in Braintrim Township is reopen after a crash involving two tractor-trailers, PennDOT says.

Eyewitness News is told two tractor-trailers crashed head-on, traveling in opposite directions on Route 6.

One of the tractor-trailers was carrying sand, while the other was carrying an oversized empty tank. One of the drivers was flown to the hospital and the other taken by ambulance.

Clean-up crews are on scene cleaning up diesel fuel that was spilled. Pennsylvania State Police Tunkhannock are investigating the crash.

The road was closed between SR 367 and Doolittle Hill Road. It reopened just after 12:30 p.m. Monday.

You can check all the latest road conditions by visiting 511PA.com.

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