Accidents Cause Weekend Traffic Snarls in Mobile, Alabama
MOBILE, AL – According to an online news report at fox10tv.com, traffic snarls occur on the Bayway and Causeway late Sunday, April 28, 2019.*
Two traffic accidents caused traffic issues at the same time late on the afternoon of Sunday on Interstate 10 Causeway and Bayway.
Traffic was at a standstill for about one hour after an accident occurred in the George Wallace Tunnel. The accident report indicates that the vehicle was flipped over in the tunnel. Mobile Fire Rescue personnel came upon the scene of a vehicle that overturned. A male victim was taken to a local hospital. His injuries are not known at this time.
On the causeway shortly after the above accident, a person was taken by helicopter to a local hospital for treatment. Apparently, the accident involved multiple vehicles, which resulted in the closure of the easterly and westerly lanes to be closed for a certain period of time.
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