Allegheny River Boulevard reopens after crash
Allegheny River Boulevard reopened to traffic around 8 a.m. Tuesday following a crash that caused it to be closed in both directions between Nadine Road and Washington Boulevard, an Allegheny County 911 dispatcher confirmed Tuesday morning.
The single-vehicle crash was reported around 5:30 a.m. A utility pole and wires were down.
First responders, including police and paramedics, had to wait for a Duquesne Light crew to arrive, the dispatcher said.
One person was hurt, the Trib’s news partner, WPXI-TV, reported.
Allegheny River Blvd is CLOSED between Washington Blvd and Nadine Road. Inbound, you can use Lincoln Rd / Ave to Lemington Ave to Highland Dr to Washington Blvd (or in Reverse for Outbound Traffic) as an Alternate Route. #PittsburghTraffic #wpxi pic.twitter.com/MJsvQh7YKm
— WPXI Traffic (@WPXITraffic) February 26, 2019
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