Central Hardin Fire Department responds Tuesday to a fully involved semi fire at the 102 mile marker on Interstate 65 northbound. Lebanon Junction Fire Department and Radcliff Fire Department provided aid with Kentucky State Police and the department of transportation also responding. Capt. Tim Carr with Central Hardin Fire Department said officers responded around 2 p.m. The truck driver noticed smoke coming from his rear wheels and by the time he pulled over, flames were visible. The driver attempted to battle the fire with an extinguisher before firefighters arrived and was uninjured. The truck was carrying plastic film used to package cereal, Carr said. Northbound lanes were closed for roughly an hour and a half before one lane was re-opened, Carr said. A firefighter sustained what looked like a second-degree burn to his forearm and was treated at Hardin Memorial Hospital as a precaution, Carr said.