ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) – Traffic is back to normal after a semitruck crashed and brought southbound traffic on I-69 to one lane Monday afternoon.

(Indiana State Police)

Indiana State Police sent a Tweet around 2:45 p.m. warning drivers to expect delays and be careful near the 299.6 mile-marker.

A preliminary investigation determined the semi hit a guard rail in a construction zone and then impacted the concrete structure of a bridge, state police said. The semi then went off the highway.

The drive of the semi and a passenger were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. Parker Towing was working to remove the semi from the area while the Allen County Sheriff’s Department, the Indiana Department of Transportation and the Southwest Fire District helped troopers at the scene.

INDOT traffic cameras showed heavy traffic at 5:00 p.m. on I-69 north of the crash near U.S. 24 and Jefferson Boulevard.

It’s the second time the bridge has been hit in the last six days, according to officials.

As of 7:30 p.m., Google Maps showed traffic in the area had returned to normal.