All lanes have reopened in both directions on the Pacific Highway at Coolongolook after an earlier b-double crash approaching Melaleuca Drive.
A reduced speed limit of 80km/h remains in place, so motorists should continue to slow down and exercise caution.
Traffic crews will return later to complete the clean-up.
Both southbound lanes have re-opened following this morning's truck accident.
However, the speed limit has been reduced to 80km/h and just one northbound lane is open as personnel continue to clean up the scene.
Delays have eased but motorists have been urged to drive with caution
Recovery of the b-double's load of bricks will be undertaken over coming days.
According to Live Traffic, the bricks are in the median.
Motorists travelling along the Pacific Highway near Coolongolook are advised to allow plenty of travel time following a single vehicle accident earlier this morning.
A B-double lost control and crashed just before 5am this morning, Tuesday, June 11.
Traffic is queued for approximately three kilometres following the B-double accident.
The incident shutdown southbound lanes of the Pacific Highway for some time, but from 7.30am a contra flow had been put into place with both northbound and southbound motorists travelling in the northbound carriageway between Melaleuca Drive and Willina Road.
Intermittent stoppages will take place during the vehicle salvage operation, which is expected to take some time.
Motorists should also exercise caution with emergency services and traffic crews on site.
For the latest traffic information, visit Live Traffic NSW.
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