All lanes of eastbound Interstate Hwy. 94 in St. Paul are back open after crews finished clearing the scene of a semitrailer truck that flipped over near Wabasha  Street early Thursday morning.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation initially said it would be closing all eastbound lanes, but then decided that it could keep one lane open while the clean-up work proceeded.

The truck rolled onto its side just before 5 a.m. in the right lane.  Word from MnDOT is that the driver suffered minor injuries.

All lanes were reopened by 7:20 a.m., as was the ramp from northbound I-35E to eastbound I-94, which had been closed, forcing commuters to get off at Kellogg Blvd. and make their way through downtown St. Paul.