SEATTLE, WA — Crews responded to a crash Friday morning on East Marginal Way in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, according to the Seattle Department of Transportation.
Authorities said the wreck occurred on the southbound side of the road, north of 1st Avenue South. It was first reported by SDOT at 8:43 a.m.
The circumstances of the accident have not been disclosed, but the two left southbound lanes of East Marginal Way remained closed for over an hour.
A photo taken at the scene shows at least one fire engine responding, and more than one vehicle appears to have been involved.
Collision blocking the two left SB lanes on E Marginal Way north of 1st Ave S. Use caution. pic.twitter.com/xrmMm9vc77
— SDOT Traffic (@SDOTtraffic) August 18, 2023
At 9:53 a.m., the scene was announced cleared, with all travel lanes restored to traffic.
Local agencies have not reported any major injuries linked to the event.
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