Eastbound Lanes Of Commodore Barry Bridge Reopen Following Fuel Spill

DELAWARE COUNTY (CBS) – All eastbound lanes of the Commodore Barry Bridge are reopened after they were shut down for almost two hours following a crash Sunday night.

The crash happened on the east side of the bridge, heading into New Jersey around 7:30 p.m., and involved a car and a tractor-trailer.

The accident caused a fuel spill which crews quickly worked to clean up. It’s not clear how the accident happened at this time.

No injuries have been reported.

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