A fuel truck and a lumber truck collided, scattering lumber across Highway 530 and closing the road Monday morning. (Darrington Fire)

A fuel truck and a lumber truck collided, scattering lumber across Highway 530 and closing the road Monday morning. (Darrington Fire)

No one injured in Oso crash involving lumber and fuel trucks

The early morning collision sent logs and debris across the road, closing Highway 530 for hours.

OSO — A collision involving a fuel truck and a lumber truck scattered debris across Highway 530, shutting down the roadway for much of the morning Monday.

No one was injured, according to the Washington State Patrol.

The crash occurred before 8 a.m. near the site of the 2014 Oso mudslide.

By noon, all lanes of Highway 530 were reopened after closures and delays.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

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