Outbound Skyway shut down after truck fire

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All lanes of the Chicago Skyway were shut down Tuesday evening after a truck caught fire.

Fire Media Affairs said all lanes of the expressway were closed about 7 p.m., but did not specify where the fire occurred. Chicago Police could not immediately provide additional details.

It was not known if anyone was injured.

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