PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A multi-vehicle crash temporarily shut down part of Route 28 near the Highland Park Bridge Friday morning.
The crash was reported after 8:30 a.m. on the southbound side of the road near Exit 6, PennDOT 511Pa. reports.READ MORE: Pet Owners Face Long Waits, Veterinarians Deal With Burnout As Pandemic Impact Hits ER Vet Offices
RT-28 inbound lanes are blocked due to a crash by the Highland Park Bridge. Avoid RT-28…traffic is extremely backed-up—I’ll have an update in minutes on @PittsburghsCW. @KDKA It’s 8:46 join us now through 9:00. pic.twitter.com/MCfpjdsd77
— Celina Pompeani (@CelinaPompeani) November 15, 2019
Crews shut down all lanes in that area and it took hours to clear the scene. PennDOT says the crash was cleared just after 11 a.m.READ MORE: Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan Tests Positive For COVID-19 Despite Vaccination
CLEARED: Multi vehicle crash on PA 28 southbound at Thirtyfirst St Bridge/Strip District.
— 511PA Pittsburgh (@511PAPittsburgh) November 15, 2019
Officials have not said what caused the crash or if anyone was injured.MORE NEWS: Police Investigate Reports Of Verbal Assault In Squirrel Hill
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