A crash near the eastbound Interstate 80 exit to N. College Drive in Cheyenne has forced the closure of the offramp, according to the Wyoming Department of Transportation.

WYDOT spokeswoman Andrea Staley says the crash happened around 6:10 a.m. Friday and damaged a traffic signal pole.

"Motorists utilizing this route on I-80 are advised to use exit 362 to Central Ave.," Staley said in a news release.

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"Northbound traffic on College Dr. is being detoured to U.S. Highway 85/ Central Ave, at Fox Farm Road," she added. "A detour will be in place for all other traffic around the affected area."

Staley says the estimated reopening time is unknown.

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