A construction accident along the Marsha Sharp Freeway may reroute traffic for the next several hours.
A crane tipped over just before noon, at the Avenue Q intersection. Emergency officials tell NewsChannel 11 that the crane operator jumped clear before the collapse. Initial reports indicate no one was injured on the ground.
A heavy rescue tream is on the scene, working to clear the wreckage. Traffic along the westbound access road will be rerouted until they are finished.
We'll have the latest on this developing story, on NewsChannel 11 at Five and Six.
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