NEW LENOX, Ill. (CBS) — All westbound lanes of Interstate 80 were closed all day and into the night Thursday near southwest suburban New Lenox, after a semi trailer truck rolled over and started leaking phosphoric acid onto the roadway.

Illinois State Police said the lanes were not expected to reopen until around midnight Thursday night.

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State Police said the truck was headed west on I-80, about two miles west of the I-355 interchange, when it crashed and rolled over in a construction zone around 7:50 a.m. as the driver was trying to change lanes.

Police said the driver lost control when the trailer “began to sway uncontrollably” as he was changing lanes. The truck hit a guardrail and overturned in the ditch on the right shoulder.

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The truck was hauling phosphoric acid, which was leaking after the crash, prompting a hazardous materials response. Police said approximately 100 gallons of the chemical leaked onto the road.

The driver was not injured, but was issued a ticket for improper lane usage. Police said the driver could face additional charges, pending an investigation into the crash.

Due to the acid spill, police closed all westbound lanes of I-80 between I-355 and U.S. Route 30 while hazmat crews work to clean it up.

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While the spill has been contained, the westbound lanes remained closed as of about 3 p.m. Police said the truck was uprighted around 1:15 p.m., and crews were working to reopen the road.