I-210 eastbound traffic moving again - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

I-210 eastbound traffic moving again

LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) -

I-210 eastbound traffic is moving again. At least one lane was reopened following a multivehicle accident on the bridge.

State Police Troop D is investigating the accident. There is still no word on a cause or if there were any injuries.

One viewer emailed several pictures and says she had been waiting in traffic on the bridge for over an hour.

Crews were still working to clear the scene, but at least one lane is reopened.

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