Crashes on I-83 privileged – York Dispatch

Updated 2:45 p.m.: The crashes have been privileged and a trade overload has stopped, according to 511pa.com.

Reported earlier:Multiple crashes on Interstate 83 are subsidy adult trade for miles, according to 511pa.com.

A  multi-vehicle crash was reported during Exit 8, Glen Rock. The website’s trade map showed traffic as “stop and go” for about 6 miles heading into a pile-up stage in a southbound lane.

There is also a pile-up during I-83 northbound, Exit 16B, South Queen Street, that is restricting a lane, according to 511pa.com.  At about 12:55 p.m., 511pa.com reported that a pile-up was clear. However, a website’s trade map showed traffic in a area as “stop and go” and complicated only before 1 p.m. 

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Crews are also during a stage of a multi-vehicle pile-up on I-83 southbound during Exit 24, Emigsville. The pile-up was privileged during about 12:55 p.m., according to 511pa.com.

 

The pile-up nearby Glen Rock was reported during about 10:30 a.m. It was one of about 30 opposite active trade accidents in York County as of about noon Tuesday, Mar 20.

Check behind after for updates.

 

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