Early morning tractor-trailer crash closes Eads Bridge

ST. LOUIS — A tractor-trailer collision forced officials to shut down the Eads Bridge during Monday morning’s rush-hour traffic.

According to STL Today, the accident occurred along the bridge at about 5:30 a.m. Authorities blocked the bridge to all traffic causing major delays for rush-hour commuters in St. Louis.

Details regarding any injuries sustained as a result of the crash have not yet been released.

An investigation into the cause of the crash remains underway.

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