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Traffic headache, but no injuries, in fiery interstate crashSubmitted: 07/18/2018
MILWAUKEE - A fiery crash between a chemical truck and a car temporarily closed a downtown Milwaukee interchange, but it did not cause any serious injuries.

The crash happened on northbound Interstate 43/94 just after 3 a.m. Wednesday and forced the closure of the entire Marquette interchange for about two hours. The northbound interstate lanes remained closed for about six hours.

A hazardous-materials team was called to the scene because of the possibility the truck was carrying a volatile chemical, but firefighters later learned the cargo was road primer.

Authorities say the car hit the back of the truck, which caused it to burst into flames.

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