GRANT COUNTY, Wash. — The eastbound lane of I-90 16 miles west of Moses Lake has reopened on Friday morning after a semi-trailer fire blocked the roadway.

According to Washington State Patrol Trooper John Bryant, a semi-trailer loaded with berries caught fire on Friday morning and blocked an eastbound lane of I-90 near milepost 159, which is about 16 miles west of Moses Lake.

Bryant announced the roadway had reopened at 7:45 a.m.

Bryant said no one was injured.

There has been no information released on the cause of the fire.

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The following video is a report on a hay truck fire that sparked a small brush fire near Vantage in Grant County earlier this year.