A painter was injured on Friday in Dubois County after an incident on I-64, according to the Indiana Department of Transportation.
Originally, the transportation department thought that a bridge on I-64 had been hit - but after further investigation, it was discovered that an incident involving a semi-truck injured a worker on the bridge.
INDOT tells us a semi blew through a work zone on the I-64 bridge that goes over Ferdinand Road. According to INDOT, that's when the truck clipped a cable, causing tarps and a worker to fall from where a painting job was taking place.
The worker was taken to the hospital with injuries but there's no word on the severity of those injuries at this time.
All lanes of I-64 were closed for over an hour while an investigation took place but have since reopened.