CLEVELAND -- Interstate 90 was shut down before the Eddy Road exit because of a large oil spill, the Cleveland Division of Police confirmed on Saturday.
Both the Cleveland Fire Department and HAZMAT crews were working at the scene, where at least 50 gallons of oil were spilled onto the roadway, Cleveland police said. Bratenahl police were also assisting.
By 7 p.m. traffic was moving at normal speed, according to ODOT's Ohgo cameras.
The Ohio Department of Transportation says the two right lanes of I-90 East were closed. Motorists were strongly encouraged to take alternate routes
Officials have not yet said what caused the spill or whether or not anyone was injured.