The Friday morning commute on I-15 stretched for several miles today as crews worked to clean the remaining debris after a jack- knifed big rig last night blocked all of the southbound lanes.
According to a Riverside County Fire Department report, the contents of the tanker were identified as non-hazardous.
Crews worked throughout the night and California Highway Patrol officials began to re-open lanes at about 4:30 a.m.
The lanes closed again at around 7:25 a.m. while crews up-righted the truck, pushing it into the center divider so that it no longer blocked lanes.
The crash occurred just before midnight on the southbound I-15 just south of Clinton Keith Road in Wildomar, it was reported.
The driver was transported to an area hospital with minor injuries, officials said.
According to a California Highway Patrol report, at least one other vehicle — a red Camaro — was involved in the incident, however, no other injuries have been reported.
All lanes have been deemed safe as of 8:25 a.m., according to a CHP report.
*Joe Fanaselle contributed to this report.