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Crash causing delays on I-90 past Pryor Creek

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

We have a reporter on scene of a crash near mile marker 465 on I-90 eastbound. That is past Pryor Creek. 

Traffic is moving slowly and will be backed up until around 9 a.m.

Yellowstone County sheriff's deputies say you can take exit 460 as a detour. Then, turn left on Indian Creek Road, stay on for about ten miles, get off at the Arrow Creek Road exit, and then get back on the interstate. 

MHP is interviewing witnesses. We don't yet know if there were any injuries. 

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