All lanes reopened on LIE after tanker crash
(AP) - Police say all lanes of New York's Long Island Expressway have reopened a day after a fuel truck flippedand exploded on the highway, killing the driver. The eastbound lanes of the highway that connects the suburbs toNew York City remained closed overnight as workers repaved about200 feet of road that had melted. Nassau County police spokesmanMichael Toich says all lanes were reopened as of 4:40 a.m. Sunday. The highway was closed in both directions for hours Saturdayafter the intense heat melted the supports for a huge road sign,which collapsed across all eight lanes of the roadway. Thewestbound lanes were reopened Saturday evening. Police say 57-year-old driver Mujahid Shah of Brooklyn waskilled in the accident near the Nassau County line.