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TDOT spokesperson Mark Nagi said total of 12 vehicles, including four tractor trailers, slammed into one another because of the icy conditions.

Update 10:45 a.m.

(WBIR) Crews have reopened both directions of I-75 near mile marker 158 in Campbell County following a multiple vehicle crash.

TDOT spokesperson Mark Nagi said total of 12 vehicles, including four tractor trailers, slammed into one another because of the icy conditions. Three of the semi-trucks jackknifed and one overturned during the accident. Tennessee Highway Patrol said this stretch of interstate was like a sheet of ice Monday.

Authorities said no one suffered major injuries during the crash.

Tennessee Department of Transportation is still urging drivers not to travel on I-75 in Campbell County between mile marker 130 and the Tennessee-Kentucky state line until the weather conditions improve.

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(WBIR) Tennessee Department of Transportation has reported extremely dangerous road conditions along both directions of I-75 in Campbell County between mile marker 130 and the Tennessee-Kentucky state line.

Officials are urging drivers not to travel on this stretch of interstate until weather conditions improve, according to the TDOT Smartmap.

Crews are working to clear a multiple vehicle crash, which has shut down I-75 in both directions close to mile marker 158 near the Kentucky state line.

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