UPDATE: One lane is now open on Oregon Highway 42 about 10 miles west of Camas Valley after a truck crash closed the roadway Thursday morning.
The lane reopened by 11 a.m.
Officials said drivers should continue to expect delays.
CAMAS VALLEY, Ore. -- A rollover crash shut down Oregon Highway 42 Thursday morning at the Coos and Douglas county line.
Officials said the truck crash took place about 10 miles west of Camas Valley at milepost 44.5.
Drivers should use alternate routes.
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