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Tyler street closed after cement truck crash has been re-opened

Police say that a cement tanker truck owned by Schwerman Trucking, went off the road and turned over in the 8300 block of Paluxy Drive. Police say that a cement tanker truck owned by Schwerman Trucking, went off the road and turned over in the 8300 block of Paluxy Drive.
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

The Tyler Police Department says the section of Paluxy Drive that was closed Tuesday night has been re-opened.

Police say that a cement tanker truck owned by Schwerman Trucking, went off the road and turned over in the 8300 block of Paluxy Drive. Because the truck was so large, a crane was brought in to get the truck into an upright position. 

Police officers were on scene diverting traffic until just before midnight Tuesday.

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