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UPDATE: 3:22 p,m.
All lanes of I-90 have reopened.
UPDATE: 2:05 p.m.
Jim Martin Trucking LLC out of Hayden, Idaho confirmed with KHQ the driver of the semi-truck involved in Wednesday's crash on I-90 in downtown Spokane is okay and is cooperating with Troopers.
The driver, who was hauling crushed cars, says he was cut off by a silver Chevy, which he says started the chain reaction that caused the crash.
UPDATE: 1:45 p.m.
Washington State Patrol says two eastbound lanes of I-90 are open and tow trucks are on scene working to clear the crash.
Washington State Patrol Trooper Jeff Sevigney said there were no serious injuries involved, but multiple people were taken to the hospital.
All eastbound lanes and one westbound lane of I-90 are blocked following a crash involving a semi-truck.
Washington State Troopers say there are no serious injuries involved in the crash. Witnesses say the semi-truck was hauling cars when the crash happened near between the Lincoln and Division Street exits.
Witnesses tell KHQ multiple people have been taken to the hospital.
Motorists should expect delays and avoid the area.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
(story & photos: KHQ.com)