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Traffic is reportedly moving again along eastbound Interstate 64 near Mascoutah. Illinois State Police shut down the highway about 6:30 p.m. after a three-vehicle crash near Illinois Route 4.
St. Clair County Deputy Coroner Curtis Schildknecht tells the Belleville News-Democrat that one person was killed in the rollover accident. The name of the victim hasn't been released pending notification of family members.
Eastbound 64 drivers spent as much as three hours stuck on the highway before cars were turned around and guided off the interstate at Illinois Route 158.
Accident reconstruction crews completed their on-site investigation and one lane of the interstate was reopened to traffic by 11 p.m.
It's not clear what caused the accident.
St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - Students at Madison High School will be getting a reminder of the consequences of sexting.
Assistant Madison County State's Attorney Lauren Heischmidt will speak to students tomorrow about the laws against sending illicit photos. State's Attorney Tom Gibbons says most students are unaware that sending a sexually explicit photo through text or an app, can result in criminal charges.
St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - A De Soto man is facing multiple felony charges.
Police say that Kevin Ricar broke in to a woman's home and tried to have sex with her last Friday, March 14. The victim says she woke up around 11 PM on Friday and found the suspect in bed with her. She told police that she new Ricar through a mutual friend. Police found the man blocks away from the home.
Ricar is held in the Jefferson County Jail.
St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - UPDATE: Authorities have reopened 64 near 159 in Illinois.
EARLIER: Still no timeline as to when officials will reopen lanes on I-64 near Fairview Heights.
Sometime after 11 AM, a semi truck hit a power pole, knocking down the lines onto the road. Authorities have closed all lanes of 64, in both directions near Route 159. On ramps in the area are also closed.
Drivers are being told to avoid the area until the situation changes.