HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Crews worked to clear debris off a portion of the South Loop after an 18-wheeler reportedly lost its load Thursday morning.
Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said a semi-truck with a flatbed was hauling crushed junk vehicles on the bridge that goes over the South Loop when its trailer flipped, causing the load to fall off the ramp.
Gonzalez shared a photo on social media showing the crashed vehicles that had fallen off.
All mainlanes of 610 South Loop eastbound at SH-225 were impacted by the debris but have since been reopened.
No one was reportedly hurt.
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