A four vehicle crash on a heavily traveled bridge in New Bern caused a big backup this morning.
Traffic on the west-bound lanes of the Trent River bridge was down to just one lane after the 8:45 a.m. accident. That caused west-bound traffic on U.S. 70 to be backed up into James City.
No one was hurt in the accident that involved a log truck and three cars. State troopers say the log truck was trying to get around a disabled vehicle on the bridge went three vehicles behind the truck caused a chain reaction accident.
One of the drivers, Heather Roberson, will be charged with failure to reduce speed.
Traffic is backed up in New Bern after a four vehicle crash on the Trent River bridge.
It happened around 8:45 a.m. and involves a log truck and three cars. The heavily traveled bridge is down to one lane and traffic is backed up to James City. The accident is in the west bound lanes of U.S. 70.
Stay with WITN News and witn.com for more on this developing story.
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