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Sunday, September 29, 2013

Traffic On Chesapeake Bay Bridge Reopens After Earlier Fire

WASHINGTON - Lanes reopen in both directions on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge after an earlier fire caused traffic to stop Sunday evening.

WTOP has received reports that construction materials are burning underneath the bridge, sending a plume of smoke into the sky.

A Maryland Transportation Authority official said she had no information about what caused the fire or what was burning.


Anonymous said...

I'm sure they just lit themselves. Probably just another homeless Obama voter just trying to stay warm for the night. But under O'Malley no one will be held responsible for this because it was a government contract.

Anonymous said...

Spontaneous combustion could have caused it.

Anonymous said...

is this by the same penn company that screwed up the concrete several years ago, the state of Md. made them fix it, and they are still working to correct their screwup?

Anonymous said...

Mmmm , could have been this , could have been that , Mmm , could be a far.
10:27 get a life.

Anonymous said...

Special called Salisbury Fire boat but it only had delayed response. Crew was at Sonic in Fruitland.

Anonymous said...

This is not a joke. The next story you all will hear is, how a bunch of vehicles plummet off the bridge into the water. Are you dummies going to blame that on Obama too? Don't you people realized how dangerous that bridge is. I'm so GLAD I left the eastern shore and the state of Maryland. This particular bridge is very dangerous.