The southbound lanes of Interstate 83 in southern York County reopened to traffic Wednesday night.
The highway reopened about 10:45 p.m., according to the state Department of Transportation.
It was closed for nearly two hours as authorities further investigated the death of Loganville Fire Chief Rodney Miller.
A portion of Interstate 83 in southern York County will be closed Wednesday night as authorities investigate the hit-and-run death of Loganville Fire Chief Rodney Miller.
The southbound lanes between Exit 10, the Loganville exit, and Exit 4, the Shrewsbury exit, will be closed starting at 9 p.m., according to the state Department of Transportation.
The closure is expected to last two to three hours. During that time, authorities will further investigate the April 27 death of Miller.
Miller, 45, was struck and killed about 12:30 a.m. while stopping traffic on I-83 southbound at the Glen Rock exit for another crash.
Matthew Scott Diehl, 32, of 39 Valley Road in Shrewsbury Township, is charged with homicide by vehicle while DUI, homicide by vehicle, accidents involving death, careless driving, reckless driving, and others in connection with Miller's death.
During the closure, motorists will be detoured off the highway onto the Susquehanna Trail, PennDOT said.