Lanes back open on Eisenhower after earlier police activity at 1st Ave.

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All lanes of the Eisenhower Expressway wereback open Tuesday night after earlier police activity.

The ramp from First Avenue to inbound Interstate 290 and two lanes of the inbound expressway were closed about 4:50 p.m. while suburban police officers conducted a traffic stop, according to Illinois State Police.

Officers with theMaywood and Bellwood police departments conducted the traffic stop and several people were taken into custody, state police said.

Representatives for the police departmentswere not immediately available to provide more information.


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