7:55 A.M.-The volume of traffic has been pretty consistently heavy there crossing the Bayway Westbound but nothing out of the ordinary. You still be able to get through there without too much of a problem. Looking good through the tunnels as well. Mobile police reporting new accidents Cottage Hill Road underneath the I-65 overpass and involves injuries. Also an accident near the Texaco on Moffett Road. In Pensacola we’ve got an accident I-10 there around the 28-mile marker in the eastbound Lanes. Looks like both lanes are blocked at this time headed Eastbound and there just passed Milton.
7:25 A.M.-Our Friday morning can you continue to look good on the Bayway and Causeway right now as traffic volume as picked up headed towards Mobile. No issues through either of the tunnels. we had an earlier accident I-10 headed westbound between Theodore Dawes and McDonald Road looks like Mobile Police just about got that cleared but there’s really no more delay through that area. I-10 looking good at I-65 right now. In Pensacola, Florida Highway Patrol in the scene of a new accident i-110 Northbound there at the three mile marker. Expect delays there on the on-ramp.
6:53 A.M. – Just checked with Mobile Police and they’re still on the scene of that accident I-10 headed westbound there between Theodore Dawes and McDonald Road. About a half-mile back up with that accident that involves injuries and emergency vehicles and Wreckers on the scene. They are also letting us know of an accident Farnell drive just off of Navco Road with an overturned vehicle but thankfully no injuries involved. Highway Patrol there just west of Big Creek late there on Tanner Williams Road and another car that flipped over into a ditch.The Bayway and Causeway continues to roll along pretty smoothly and no accidents right now in the Panhandle according to Florida Highway Patrol.
6:10 A.M.-If your Friday morning can you take you out on the roadways here over the next few minutes be aware Mobile Police letting us know that they got a call about an accident I-10 Westbound between Theodore Dawes and McDonald Road. It possibly involves injuries and they’re headed to the scene to check it out right now. They had an earlier accident Government at Howell Avenue that they were able to clear it’s looking better through that area. No problems on the way or Causeway right now and in the Pensacola area both Pensacola Police and Florida Highway Patrol reporting no accidents to start the day.
5:55 A.M.-We’ve been telling you and showing you pictures of that earlier accident Government at Howell Avenue there near Pleasant Valley; just about got that completely cleared but still might see a little bit of a delay while the cleanup continues at that intersection. Beyond that though no other accidents in Mobile that’s the good news. Coming down I-65 rolling smoothly. No problems through downtown. Mobile Police telling us no issues there. The Bayway and Causeway still looks good and no accidents according to Pensacola Police along the Panhandle.
5:35 A.M.-We begin your Friday morning commute with an accident there Government Boulevard at Howell Avenue (that’s pretty close to Pleasant Valley) with the roadway continuing to be blocked. It did involve injuries and expect emergency vehicles there is they try and get that cleared. Beyond that though no other accidents in Mobile according to Mobile Police or Alabama Highway Patrol. I-65 looks good the Bayway and Causeway is flowing along nicely. No problems through the tunnels. Looking good on the Eastern Shore and no trouble spots along the Panhandle so far to start your Friday.
5:06 A.M.-When begin our Friday morning commute with an accident on Government Boulevard there near Howell Avenue. That’s pretty close to Pleasant Valley and involves injuries and emergency vehicles are on the scene so avoid that intersection. No problems though crossing the Bayway or the Causeway; we’re looking good both directions with light traffic volume. Through the tunnels looking good. Alabama Highway Patrol reporting no accidents and no problems across the Panhandle according to Florida Highway Patrol as well.
Reports from News 5’s Traffic Reporter Kenny Fowler.