ERIE COUNTY, Pa. — Both lanes of Interstate 90 eastbound in Erie County, Pennsylvania were closed Saturday morning due to a multiple vehicle crash.

Pennsylvania State Police say the icy conditions caused several car accidents on the interstate near the border of Pennsylvania and New York State.

The interstate closed at 7:28 a.m. and didn't reopen until 9 p.m., according to state police, in order to clean up the scene.

It's unclear at this time how many vehicles were involved in the crash, but police say no one was seriously injured. However, a few minor injuries have been reported.

Later, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation issued restrictions on certain vehicles for the entire length of I-90 and I-86. Those restriction began at noon and "will remain in place until conditions warrant their removal."

That ban since since been lifted.

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