This story was updated at 1:40 p.m.
All lanes of northbound Interstate 5 were reopened Wednesday afternoon after a truck fire and multiple subsequent crashes south of Albany.
The truck, which was carrying lumber, erupted into flames around 10 a.m. for unknown reasons near milepost 230, four miles south of Albany, according to Department of Transportation spokesperson Don Hamilton.
Several crashes were reported in the backup, including one involving a jackknifed semi-truck and a pickup truck.
There were no injuries reported, Hamilton said.
Earlier, smoke from the fire was affecting southbound traffic, but there were no lane closures.
This is a developing story.
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