Fiery Crash On The Dolly Parton Bridge

Fiery Crash On The Dolly Parton Bridge

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By Jamie Burch

8:42 p.m.
Traffic is moving again on I-65 at the Dolly Parton Bridge (General W.K. Wilson, Jr. Bridge). The southbound lanes were closed for at least an hour and a half.

Photos Courtesy: Jeff Setterstrom

Jeff Setterstrom, the son of News 5's Sports Director Randy Patrick, was on his way home for Spring Break. Setterstrom says he had to slam on his brakes to avoid the backup.

7:10 p.m.
Traffic is blocked on I-65 southbound at the Dolly Parton Bridge near Creola because of a fiery two car crash.

As we first reported as breaking news on News 5 at 6:00, witnesses tell us one car is on fire. The other is upside down.

The Creloa Fire Department could only confirm that a two car wreck is blocking traffic. The Stockton Fire Departments is also on scene.

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