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Vehicle Fire: N/B I-678/VWE approaching Rockaway Blvd, Two lanes blocked at 2:28am for up to 2 hours. Queens County.
CLEARED: Accident: I-278/Brooklyn Queens Expressway at Metropolitan Avenue, all lanes have been reopened. at 11:50pm Kings Co.
Accident: I-278/Brooklyn Queens Expressway at Metropolitan Avenue, Two lanes blocked at 11:00pm for up to two hours. Kings County.
Flash Flood Warning issued July 04 at 10:55PM EDT until July 04 at 11:00PM EDT by NWS Buffalo
CLEARED: N/B I-95/CBE at I-895/Sheridan Expressway has all lanes reopened at 10:18PM due to an earlier accident, Bronx County
(CONTINUATION) Flash Flood Warning issued July 04 at 9:35PM EDT until July 04 at 11:30PM EDT by NWS Albany
(CONTINUATION) Flash Flood Warning issued July 04 at 9:26PM EDT until July 04 at 11:00PM EDT by NWS Buffalo
CLEARED: S/B I-95/CBE at I-87/MDE has all lanes reopened as of 8:55PM due to an earlier accident, Bronx County
N/B I-95/CBE at I-895/Sheridan Expressway has left and center lanes blocked at 8:55PM due to an accident for up to 2 hours, Bronx County
CLEARED: E/B George Washington Bridge lower level has all lanes reopened as of 8:55PM due to an earlier accident, New York/Bronx County
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