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Southbound I-93 in Andover Hit by Traffic Delays After Vehicle Collision

Published in on April 10, 2024

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Car accident in Boston

Early morning commuters on I-93 Southbound in Andover were met with significant disruptions today following a vehicular collision that resulted in the closure of the right lane near exit 39. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) reported that the crash occurred during the early rush hour and has since been causing considerable traffic issues for drivers trying to navigate through the area.

The subsequent shutdown of the lane has precipitated extensive traffic backups that have reportedly extended for several miles. Local authorities have not provided specific details regarding injuries or the events leading to the crash at this time. Motorists have been advised to consider alternate routes or expect delays as the situation continues to affect travel times. The number of vehicles involved in the incident has not been confirmed.

MassDOT, in collaboration with emergency services, is taking active measures to clear the crash site in an effort to reinstate normalcy on the busy interstate. Law enforcement and first responders are on site, working both to assist those affected by the crash and to conduct a thorough investigation into its cause. As part of their response, the teams are focusing on ensuring public safety and managing the aftermath of the collision.

Updates from MassDOT have been ongoing as they handle the situation, indicating that removal of obstructions and site cleanup are in progress. While the department emphasizes its goal to reopen the closed lane promptly, they have not yet provided a definitive timeframe for when the lane will be back in service.

Source: Hoodline

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