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Saturday, October 25 2014, 03:40:40 PM
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Belt Parkway W/B- Accident two lanes blocked at Erskine Street at 1:53PM for up to 2 hours, King County
CLEARED:Rte 31 EB/WB is OPEN at Main St due to an accident at 12:45pm, Niagara County.
CLOSED:Rte 31 EB/WB is closed at Main St due to an accident at 12:45pm, Niagara County, up to 2 hrs.
:Cleared RT 490 EB Accident 1136am :RT 490 EB is closed at Rt 31 at exit 18 due to an accident Perinton NY Monroe County Until Furthur Notice
UPDATE:Cleared RT 490 EB Accident 1136am :RT 490 EB is closed at Rt 31 at exit 18 due to an accident Perinton NY Monroe County Until Furthur Notice
CLEARED: I-278/Bruckner Expy W/B at Bx River Pkwy all lanes have been reopened at 12:08PM due to earlier Police Activity.Bx Co.
CLEARED: I-278/Bruckner Expy E/B at Bx River Pkwy all lanes reopened at 12:08PM due to an earlier accident. Bx Co.
UPDATE: I-278/Bruckner Expy W/B at Bx River Pkwy has the left lane blocked at 12:00PM due to Police Activity, for up to 2 hrs. Bx Co.
I-278/Bruckner Expy W/B at Bx River Pkwy has 2 lanes blocked at 11:48AM due to FDNY Activity, for up to 2 hrs. Bx Co.
I-278/Bruckner Expy E/B at Bx River Pkwy has 2 lanes blocked at 11:48AM due to an accident, for up to 2 hrs. Bx Co.
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