Interstate 95 In Philly Collapses After Tanker Explosion

A heavily traveled section of I-95 collapsed in Philadelphia on Sunday morning after a tanker truck burst into flames underneath it, police said.

The massive smoky blaze broke around 6 a.m. near the Cottman Avenue exit right beneath a northbound overpass in the Tacony neighborhood. Parts of the overpass were reduced to rubble as the stretch of the major highway collapsed, ABC reports.

The highway catastrophe led to all lanes of the interstate being shut down between the exits of Woodhaven Road in northeast Philadelphia and Aramingo Avenue in the Port Richmond neighborhood.


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