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I-84 Eastbound From Pendleton to Baker City Now Open But Conditions Still Hazardous

I-84 accidents just south of Pendleton Thursday-Eastbound lanes
(Courtesy Oregon State Patrol)

The eastbound lanes of I-84 near Pendleton are now open, but the roads are still slick.

Due to accidents involving semi-trucks, the eastbound lanes were closed earlier today. Five miles south of Pendleton and towards Baker City several semi trucks were involved in accidents due to hazardous icy conditions.

Motorists are urged to take caution on Eastern Oregon highways, as conditions are considerably more icy than here in Tri-Cities. Keep watching here and our Facebook page and Twitter for more details and information.


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