Several cars crashed on the eastbound Chesapeake Bay Bridge on Saturday, blocking lanes and causing delays as people hit the road over Memorial Day weekend.
Injury was reported after the crash, the Maryland Transportation Authority said. No further details on the injury have been given.
All lanes have reopened after getting blocked by the crash early Saturday afternoon, MDTA said.
A 2.5-mile backup developed after the collision and stretched to Exit 29, MDTA said.
Reporter Adam Tuss and the News4 team are covering you down on the roads and in transit.
Traffic on the Bay Bridge was relatively light for Memorial Day weekend amid rain and cool weather.
The Bay Bridge is under a wind warning with no two-way operations, MDTA said.
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