The crash happened on the westbound lanes along the toll road near FM 1464.
The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office told ABC13 minor injuries were reported in the crash.
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Deputies shut down other roads in the county, but by 5 a.m. Friday morning, some had reopened.
The City of Sugar Land said that TxDOT retreated US-59 through Sugar Land and now all southbound and northbound main lanes are open.
TxDOT has retreated U.S. Highway 59 through Sugar Land. We have reopened the southbound main lanes of US59 through Sugar Land and are in the process of reopening the northbound lanes. It remains a good idea to avoid travel and delay commutes this morning.— City of Sugar Land (@SugarLandtxgov) February 4, 2022
In Rosenberg, police said overnight that the southbound lanes of I-69 were treated and reopened, but still advised drivers to use caution.
UPDATE: The SB main lanes of I-69 have been treated by TXDOT and have now been reopened. Please drive with caution.— Rosenberg Police (@RosenbergPolice) February 4, 2022
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