HOUSTON -- The South Loop is moving again following an early morning big rig crash that blocked all eastbound lanes for nearly four hours.
The crash was first reported shortly after 4 a.m. Friday near the exit for Woodridge, according to Houston TranStar.
Two vehicles were involved in the wreck, which left an 18-wheeler jackknifed.
All eastbound main lanes were closed until around 8 a.m. as a hazmat crew cleaned up spilled fuel.
There was no word on any injuries.