Eastbound I-90 reopens in North Bend after several spinouts

Parts of eastbound I-90 have reopened in North Bend after 30 semi-trucks spun out Friday morning. 

Troopers worked to clear up the roadway from milepost 36 to milepost 37 after 6:30 a.m.

The trucks did not chain up, according to troopers. 

Washington State Patrol trooper Rick Johnson said chains were not initially required until milepost 47, which means truck drivers would not face citations because of the enforcement zone. 

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For traveling eastbound, chains are required on all vehicles except all-wheel drive, and override vehicles are prohibited.