A tractor trailer rollover in Boston Sunday morning forced the closure of the eastbound side of Interstate 90 by Boston University.
The Boston Fire Department was on scene, as fuel from the truck caught on fire, officials said. Eastbound traffic was detoured off at exit 18, according to state police.
The truck was carrying bananas, which had to be condemned, according to state police.
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Three lanes were closed while the truck was removed, with troopers on scene to direct traffic. Eastbound lanes and one westbound lane was closed as traffic was diverted around Exit 28.
Fuel from the truck that was on fire was off-loaded before the truck could be towed.
The remaining fuel was pumped out, and Hazmat Technicians remained on scene to supervise the cleanup and the removal of the tractor trailer.