LCPD: Avoid I-10 EB near Opelousas Street due to overturned 18-w - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

LCPD: Avoid I-10 EB near Opelousas Street due to overturned 18-wheeler

(Source: Chandler Watkins / KPLC) (Source: Chandler Watkins / KPLC)
(Source: Chandler Watkins / KPLC) (Source: Chandler Watkins / KPLC)
(Source: Chandler Watkins / KPLC) (Source: Chandler Watkins / KPLC)
LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) -

An 18-wheeler has overturned on I-10 eastbound near the Opelousas Street exit, according to the Lake Charles Police Department.

Eastbound lanes are blocked in this area as well as the Enterprise entrance ramp.

LCPD asks travelers to avoid the area.

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