The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is responding to a semi truck crash that left crews with lots of eggs to clean up off the roadway on Tuesday morning.
The crash was reported shortly before 4 a.m. on December 12 on State Route 18 in Issaquah, Washington.
WSP Trooper Rick Johnson said that a semi truck hauling eggs was involved a collision near the Raging River bridge west of I-90.
A minor injury was reported.
“Lots of eggs to clean up,” Johnson said.
Troopers did not provide information on how many vehicles were involved or what caused the crash.
WSP says that SR 18 is blocked in both directions. Drivers are asked to find alternate routes.
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UPDATE: All lanes remain blocked in BOTH directions on SR18 between the I-90 off-ramp & east of Tiger Mountain in #Issaquah
Here’s a look at the semi involved collision & some of the cleanup left to do.
Continue to avoid the area if possible & plan ahead for your morning commute https://t.co/fXdG98UiTR pic.twitter.com/vGE2varoUV
— WSDOT Traffic (@wsdot_traffic) December 12, 2023