DeKalb military Tuesday dusk were perplexing to figure out what led to a 10-vehicle pile-up that harmed 6 people and close down westbound lanes of I-285 for some-more than dual hours.
The pile-up happened about 2:30 p.m. nearby Bouldercrest Road. Four adults and dual children were among a injured, according to Channel 2 Action News.
DeKalb military Maj. Stephen Fore told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution their injuries were minor.
A engineer restraint puncture lanes done it formidable for authorities to get to a scene, he said.
It was 4:33 p.m. when officials reopened a interstate. However, backups remained.
In an alert on a website, a Georgia Department of Transportation suggested motorists roving west from I-20 toward I-75 or south from I-85/US 78 to use swap routes in sequence to equivocate impassioned delays.
“In addition, a occurrence is also negligence trade in a eastward direction, also during Bouldercrest Road [traveling east, towards I-20 from I-75/I-675],” a GDOT said.
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