PHILADELPHIA (CBS) –– PennDOT has closed the I-95 Southbound ramp from the Commodore Barry Bridge due to poor conditions believed to be caused by the heat.

PennDOT crews are currently working to repair the section of highway.

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Officials say motorists will be able to use the Flower Street Exit to access I-95 South. (Latest Traffic)

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The section of highway broke apart at about 3:15 p.m. Monday afternoon and officials from PennDOT expect the roadway to be closed throughout the evening.

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