Lanes reopen on Skyway after 4-vehicle crash

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A four-vehicle crash temporarily closed multiple lanes of the outbound Chicago Skyway during the Tuesday morning commute.

The crash, which involved a semi and three other vehicles, happened about 4:30 a.m. in the outbound lanes of the Skyway near 98th Street, according to Chicago Police. No injuries were reported.

Traffic was only getting by in one lane for several house, but all lanes were open to traffic by 7:40 a.m., police said. Additional details were not immediately available.

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