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UPDATE: Emergency Crews Respond To Multiple Crashes

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Rollover in the eastbound lanes of I-90 near the Sullivan St. exit. Rollover in the eastbound lanes of I-90 near the Sullivan St. exit.
Hwy. 2 just off of I-90 Hwy. 2 just off of I-90

UPDATE: All crashes have since been cleared. There are no major injuries to report.

HWY 2 UPDATE: A woman who was trapped inside of a van has since been transported to an area hospital with unknown injuries. At least 2 vehicles were involved in the crash. There's no word on the extent of the injuries.

UPDATE: The Washington State Patrol is responding to Eastbound Highway 2 just off I-90 west of Spokane after a multi vehicle crash. Avoid the area if possible.

UPDATE: There's also a collision at Bigelow & Orchard Prairie.

KHQ.COM - Right now emergency crews are on scene of a one vehicle rollover in the eastbound lanes of I-90 near the Sullivan St. exit. It's not clear if anyone is hurt. Traffic is slow going in the area.

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