Portion of Route 222 Northbound in Lancaster County reopens after crash, vehicle fire

Photo Credit: West Earl Fire Station 29

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.– Route 222 Northbound has reopened after a crash and a vehicle fire for a period.

According to emergency dispatch, crews were sent to the area of Route 222 Northbound at the Route 322 ramp in Ephrata for a crash around 4:45 a.m. on September 27.

Upon arrival, it was found that a vehicle had caught fire on the Route 222 Northbound on the ramp to Route 322.

Crews also responded to a crash on Route 222 in the area, near mile marker 41.

The area reopened around 6:10 a.m.

There is no word on if anyone was injured in the incident.

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