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Food truck roll-over on Harlem Avenue near 79th Street. | Bridgeview Police

Food truck rollover stops traffic in Bridgeview

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A food truck rolled over Tuesday afternoon in west suburban Bridgeview.

Around 2:30 p.m., the truck was heading north on Harlem and rolled over just before 79th Street in Bridgeview, spokesman Ray Hanania said.

The crash could take up to four hours to clear, Hanania said. The rollover was caused by a tire blowout.

Northbound traffic before 79th remains stopped, Hanania said. The southbound lanes of Harlem remain open, as do the roads east and west of 79th.

Police are urging driversto find other routes.

No injuries have been reported.

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Food truck roll-over on Harlem Avenue near 79th Street. | Bridgeview Police

Food truck roll-over on Harlem Avenue near 79th Street. | Bridgeview Police

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