By CBS13 Staff

YOLO COUNTY (CBS13) — The Yolo Bypass along northbound Interstate 5 was completely blocked near the Sacramento International Airport due to a messy crash involving an overturned big rig.

Scene of the crash. (Credit: Woodland Fire Department)

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According to California Highway Patrol, the crash happened a little before 7:30 a.m. Monday just north of County Road 22.

Exactly what led up to the crash is unclear, but a big rig apparently swerved and then crashed onto its side – leaving part of the vehicle hanging off the side of the bypass. At least one other vehicle appears to have been involved.

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Much of the load that the big rig was hauling has spilled, creating a green mess all over the road.

No injuries were reported.

A SigAlert as w been issued for northbound I-5 and the roadway was completely blocked through Monday morning.

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Caltrans announced a little after 1 p.m. that I-5 was now back open.