Crash closes Snoqualmie Pass in both directions

UPDATE (4:15 a.m.) — Trooper John Bryant says I-90 is expected to be fully open around 4:30 a.m.


SEATTLE– Drivers heading over Snoqualmie Pass could be stuck in traffic for a while.

The Washington Department of Transportation said I-90 over the pass is closed in both directions from North Bend to Easton. Washington State Patrol troopers say a semi hit a concrete Jersey barrier, rolled and pushed it into the eastbound lanes. That caused three other cars to crash into the barrier and each other.

Troopers say there are minor injuries.

The Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office said the estimated reopening time is midnight.

According to WSDOT cameras at 3:38a.m., traffic on I-90 westbound in Easton is still backed up.

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