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Mobile, AL (WKRG)-

7:55 a.m.- Some fender benders have occurred in Mobile over the last few minutes including Cottage Hill Road there between Hillcrest and Royal Carriage Drive, a two-vehicle accident. The other one is on Grelot Road between Knollwood and Hinckley drive (also a fender bender).  Looking good coming down I-65. The Bayway and Causeway continue to roll along smoothly both directions and no issues through either of the tunnels. In Pensacola an earlier accident still being worked West Michigan Avenue and Mobile Highway with a little bit of roadblockage there.

7:25 am- Looking at your Friday morning commute we continue to look good on the bay-way and Causeway as traffic volume as picks up headed towards Mobile.  No problem through either of the tunnels. Mobile police on the scene of a new fender bender involving two cars Cottage Hill Road near Hillcrest.  They’re  moving it out of the intersection. No problems coming down I-65 and in Pensacola a new accident has occurred in West Pensacola on West Michigan Avenue at Mobile Highway.  The turn lane on Mobile Highway is blocked at this time.

6:55 a.m.- It’s been a good start to your Friday morning commute out here on the roadways.  If you need to take the Bayway or Causeway over the next few minutes both directions flowing along freely.  No problems through either of the tunnels as well.  Both Mobile Police and Alabama Highway Patrol reporting no accidents right now in Mobile. We’re looking good there I-10 headed Eastbound from Rangeline Road to I-65. Through the downtown area we’re moving along smoothly and no accidents in Pensacola according to Pensacola Police and Florida Highway Patrol.

6:10 a.m.- It’s been a good-looking start on the Bayway and Causeway to begin your Friday morning commute.  Both directions flowing along nicely and no problems through either of the tunnels. We had an earlier accident Newburn Road at Highway 158 just west of the Saraland area. Alabama Highway Patrol is on the scene of that two car at accident and a wrecker has just gotten to the scene as well so just a few more minutes there.  In Pensacola we’re accident-free according to Pensacola Police and Florida Highway Patrol to begin your morning.

5:55 a.m.- Alabama Highway Patrol telling us they’re on the scene of an accident Newburn Road at Highway 158 there at the curve.  That’s West of Saraland and it does involve some roadblock so avoid that area. A wrecker is getting to the scene to try and help out.  Beyond that we’re moving along well coming down I-65. Mobile Police not working any accidents right now. The Bayway and Causeway look good, no problems through either of the tunnels.  In Pensacola both Pensacola Police and Florida Highway Patrol reporting no accidents to begin your Friday.

5:35 a.m.- We’ve had a new accident occurred Newburn Road there at Highway 158 West of Saraland.  It involves couple vehicles and the roadway is blocked as they’re waiting for a wrecker to get to the scene. There was an earlier accident Government Boulevard near Pine Hill Drive that Mobile police was able to clear. No problems though right now in the downtown area. We’re looking good on the bayway and Causeway and no trouble spots to tell you to avoid in the Pensacola area.

5:06 a.m.- Well if you’re getting out and about here on this early Friday morning; we begin with a fender bender on Government Boulevard there in the 2500 block (that’s near the cross section of Pine Hill Drive), Mobile police on the scene of a fender bender in that area.  Beyond that we’re looking good on the Bayway and Causeway.  No problems right now through either of the tunnels and no problems coming down I-65. No issues in Pensacola according to Florida Highway Patrol.

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