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All lanes reopen on Airline before Old Hammond

Airline near I-12 (Source: Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development) Airline near I-12 (Source: Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development)

9:09 a.m. - All lanes are now open on US 61 North (Airline Highway) before LA 426 (Old Hammond Highway). The backup from the crash has reached Coursey Boulevard.

8:25 a.m. - The right and center lanes are blocked on US 61 North (Airline Highway) before LA 426 (Old Hammond Highway) due to a crash. The blockage is causing delays in the area.

7:15 a.m. - Visibility conditions have improved along I-12 in Livingston Parish after early morning fog lifted.

6:45 a.m. - Traffic headed into downtown Baton Rouge, especially on I-10 West, is "light." There are reports of patchy fog in some outlying areas. Drivers are urged to take precautions.

6:00 a.m. - Police are investigating a crash on Airline Highway at Tom Drive. Reports indicate there are injuries.

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