UPDATE:

LONOKE COUNTY, Ark. – In a Thursday report from the Arkansas Department of Public Safety, officials reported that an unidentified woman walked in the path of the tractor-trailer, causing the crash.

The Arkansas Department of Transportation reported Wednesday that the crash at mile marker 167.3 was cleared.

ORIGINAL STORY:

LONOKE COUNTY, Ark. – Eastbound traffic on Interstate 40 heading out of Little Rock is at a standstill as crews responded to a crash involving a tractor-trailer and pedestrian in Lonoke County.

According to the Arkansas Department of Transportation, the crash is at Mile Marker 167.3, 4.8 miles west of Lonoke. That is just west of the Remington Road exit.

ARDOT reports that the crash happened just after 4 p.m., but there are no details as of 6 p.m. as to when the scene will be cleared. Traffic is currently backed up to the 440 Exit.

The crash is believed to also involve a pedestrian, but there is no word on the number of people injured in the crash or to the extent of injuries.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.