CLEVELAND — A vehicle traveling through a water main break on I-90 eastbound near East 55th Street crashed into a mile marker sign early Wednesday morning, according to News 5's overnight news tracker.
Shortly after midnight, authorities responded to a water main break on I-90 eastbound near East 55th Street.
On scene, authorities found water covering all lanes of I-90 eastbound. This water main break is about 100 yards east of the water main break on Oct. 24.
I-90 eastbound near East 55th is down to one lane. CPD, CFD and OSP are all trying to get the entire eastbound side closed. Water main break just down the street from the last one on 10/24. One driver did hit the water and wreck, no word on injuries. pic.twitter.com/0Sjm0kXuBP— Mike Vielhaber (@MVielhaber) November 6, 2019
The vehicle crashed when it hit the high water. It's unknown if the driver sustained any injuries at the time of the crash.
Cleveland fire, Cleveland police and the Ohio State Highway Patrol all responded the scene.
At around 1:15 a.m., authorities turned off the valve and I-90 eastbound was back open by 1:45 a.m.