Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 12:15 am (Updated: May 8, 12:33 am)
Traffic was again flowing steadily in both lanes of Interstate 40 on Tuesday after state road crews worked through Monday to clear debris from a rock slide in West Roane County.
The back-and-forth weather may have caused the rock slide on the westbound side of the interstate near mile marker 343.
“A good guess is that it is weather related,” Tennessee Department of Transportation spokesman Mark Nagi said.
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