PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Commuters are staying home due to the coronavirus, and Pittsburgh’s commute shows just how empty the city really is.
Incredible drone video from Wednesday night’s rush hour sets the scene.READ MORE: Police Investigate Theft Of 14-Year-Old Horse In Renfrew
Hardly any vehicles on Pittsburgh’s three sister bridges.READ MORE: Pittsburgh's Dolly Parton Imagination Library Sends 75,000th Free Book To Pittsburgh Children
Normally thousands of cars would be streaming over the bridges during rush hour.
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