MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A stretch of Interstate 94 has reopened in the metro area after an overnight crash shut down the road Tuesday morning.

WCCO’s Ali Lucia said the closure, which was westbound I-94, started just after Highway 280. The closure spanned to 7th Street.

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According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, the closure could last until 7 a.m.

Ramps from southbound Highway 280, Huron Blvd, and 25th Ave to get on westbound I-94 were also closed.

Shortly after 7 a.m., the road reopened to traffic.

MnDOT didn’t release much information on the crash, but did say it was a wrong-way crash.

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