George Washington Bridge Inbound Upper Lanes Reopen Following Wreck
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The upper New York-bound levels of the George Washington Bridge have reopened following an accident involving two tractor-trailers Sunday.
The accident resulted in fuel spilling and debris being scattered on the span, WCBS 880’s Emiliy West reported. The lanes were closed for about 45 minutes.
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The Port Authority says there are traffic delays of 6o to 90 minutes on the upper level, but no delays on the lower level.
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