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I-270 South in east Columbus reopens after crash damages overhead sign support

There are no reports of injuries from the crash. The road was closed for several hours.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The southbound lanes of Interstate 270 between I-670 West and East Broad Street near Gahanna have reopened after a crash involving a semi-truck.

According to the Ohio Department of Transportation, the crash happened sometime Saturday afternoon and caused damage to an overhead sign support. 

The southbound lanes were closed for several hours while the overhead sign structure was removed. 

A spokesperson for ODOT said a new support pole has to be ordered so they can put the signs back up.

An exact date for when the signs would go back up was not immediately available.

There are no reports of injuries from the crash.  

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