EUGENE, Ore. -- Westbound I-105 reopened at the Coburg Road exit Wednesday morning after a crash involving a pedestrian shut down all westbound lanes.
Just before 10 a.m. officials said the crash at milepost 2 had been cleared. The road was closed for about three hours.
Eugene police issued a traffic advisory shortly before 7 a.m. Drivers were being advised to avoid the area and take an alternate route.
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