Fred Hartman Bridge shut down due to fiery crash
HOUSTON, TX- A serious collision resulting in the burning of a vehicle left Fred Hartman Bridge closed for some time on Monday, Jan. 23, KTRK reports.
The authorities were first notified of the incident at 8:20a.m.
The bridge was subsequently closed as first responders responded to the scene. LifeFlight was utilized during this response to the accident.
Images of the accident showed dark flames and a vehicle completely engulfed in flames.
At 9:34a.m., one lane was opened for traffic. The roadway was fully opened up at about 10 a.m.
The Harris County Precinct 8 Constable’s Office provided updates as the traffic situation progressed.
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