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CLEARED: Rte 86 EB/WB from County Rte 33 to County Rte 35 is RE-OPENED, crash is CLEARED in the Village of Lake Placid at 1:00AM - Essex Co.
Grand Central Pkwy WB two lanes blocked appr Cross Island Pkwy due to an accident at 12:02am for up to 2 hours. Queens Co
CLEARED: Accident W/B George Washington Br on the Upper Level, cleared as of 7:08pm. Bronx/New York Co.
CLEARED: Accident E/B I-278 Staten Island Expwy approachig Bradley Avenue, cleared as of 6:59pm. Richmond Co.
W/B George Washington Br has 2 lanes blocked on the Upper Level at 6:30pm due to an accident for up to 2 hours. Bronx/New York Co.
UPDATE: E/B I-278 Staten Island Expwy has 1 lane blocked approachig Bradley Avenue at 6:14pm due to an accident. Richmond Co.
E/B I-278 Staten Island Expwy has all lanes blocked approachig Bradley Avenue at 6:00pm due to an accident. Richmond Co.
CLEARED: Rte 2 E/W between White Church Rd to Rte 278 is Reopened in the town of Brunswick 5:40 pm Rensselaer County
CLEARED: N/B State Hwy 9A: Road Closure: at 3:38pm- T/Ossining, Westchester Co. Due to a over turned box truck and a downed tree.
CLEARED: Route 400 NB reopened from Jamison Rd to Transit Rd at 5:15 PM after earlier closure due to a tractor trailer leaking fuel. Erie County.
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