Collision on Oregon interstate bridge causes major delays
Posted on Friday, September 11th, 2020 at 12:23 pm
VANCOUVER, WA – A collision on southbound Interstate 5 at the Oregon-Washington border has temporarily shut down the Interstate Bridge with no estimated time for reopening.
Heads up in case you missed it!
All SB lanes of I-5 are CLOSED at the Oregon/Washington border-Interstate Bridge due to a collision just south of the I-5 Bridge at Marine Dr. in OR. There’s no ETA for reopening all lanes. Travelers should avoid the area & use I-205. https://t.co/mjLoNMxTq6
— WSDOT SW (@wsdot_sw) September 11, 2020
The accident occurred around 8:40 a.m. according to the Washington State Department of Transportation. Officials have not confirmed when this section of I-5 will reopen.
Travelers heading to Oregon should use Interstate 205 while crews clear this accident. No injuries were reported.
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