GEORGETOWN, Colo. (CBS4) – A semi rolled over on Interstate 70 in Colorado’s high country Friday morning, forcing a complete shutdown of the eastbound lanes for several hours.

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Lumber on the highway several hours after the crash (credit: CBS)

Lumber on the highway several hours after the crash (credit: CBS)

A large amount of lumber on the road spilled out behind the semi, which tipped on its side and blocked all of the eastbound lanes.

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The crash happened at approximately 8:10 a.m. near the Georgetown exit, and eastbound Interstate 70 was closed at the Silver Plume exit. A few hours later one lane was open again.

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No one was seriously hurt in the crash.

So far it’s not clear why the truck fell over.

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All eastbound lanes were reopened to traffic by 5 p.m. Friday.