KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind.–Two semis collided Monday night, which caused oranges to scatter across I-70 in Henry County.
The Knightstown Wayne Township Fire Department said no one was hurt in the crash.
INDOT says the eastbound lane of I-70 near the Knightstown exit was closed for a while until all of the oranges could be cleaned up.
(PHOTO: Knightstown Wayne Township Fire Department)
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