Wednesday, November 13
Mobile Police continue to work a number of fender benders including I-10 Westbound exit ramp at the end of the bay-way getting into the Bankhead tunnel. Also southbound I-65 to Dauphin Street, Old Shell at Hillcrest, Hillcrest and Airport and Jeff Hamilton at Dawes. Alabama Highway Patrol headed to Henderson Camp Road in Oakdale Avenue in Grand Bay. A 4-mile backup I-10 headed Eastbound in Pensacola with an accident around the Twelve Mile Marker. This is between the Pensacola Boulevard and I 110 interchange the Lefttwo Hand lanes are blocked at this time.
Updating your cold Wednesday morning commute, looks like we got some delays I-10 headed Westbound getting on the Bayway at Exit 35. We’ve also got an accident at the exit ramp of I-10 headed Westbound at the end of the Bayway. People are trying to get into the Bankhead tunnel and it’s affecting that but really the Bayway actually looks pretty good. Other accidents in Mobile are all fender benders Hillcrest and Airport and Jeff Hamilton at Dawes. We’re accident free in Pensacola
Mobile Police working a few fender-benders including the exit ramp of I-10 headed westbound there at the end of the Bayway trying to get down closer to the entrance of the Bankhead tunnel. Watch for delays there. Also Airport at Hillcrest and Jeff Hamilton and Dawes Road, fender benders there. A very cold start so give yourself an extra few minutes to get that vehicle warmed up if you can. No problems through Baldwin County and in Pensacola one fender bender North Pace Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue.
Well the very cold start your Wednesday morning commute you’ve been hearing about over the last few days is here and it will affect your morning commute so plan accordingly. If you can, give yourself a few minutes to get that vehicle warmed up before you head out the door this morning. Through Mobile there are no accidents to let you know about but we have had some power outages and traffic lights are out at Laurendine at Bellingrath, Moffet at University and Schillinger and Ziegler and there might be some other ones as well so use caution. Treat those as four-way stops. In Pensacola one fender-bender North Pace Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue.
Mobile police leting us know there’s some areas with the power out and as a result traffic lights are malfunctioning there and not working at Laurendine and Bellingrath Road, Moffett at University as well so treat those is a four-way stops. Also got a report of a transformer fire that was visible there at Schillinger and Ziegler so be aware that you want to be careful through that area. Beyond that give yourself an extra few minutes to get going this morning with a very chilly temperatures we have in the area. In Pensacola one fender-bender North Pace Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue.
We’re beginning the morning accident free through Mobile however we do have some areas where the power is out and as a result traffic lights are out. We know Moffet at University and Laurendine and Bellingrath Road are two of those locations. Give yourself an extra few minutes to get that vehicle warmed up before you head out the door this morning if you can. In Pensacola, a fender bender North Pace Boulevard at Massachusetts Avenue. Florida Highway Patrol headed to the scene of this accident that just got reported.
As your waking up and planning your morning schedule, might be a good idea to work in an extra few minutes to get that vehicle warmed up with the extremely chilly temperatures that we’re experiencing this morning. Right now through Mobile no accidents to tell you to avoid, but we do have one problem spot at University and Moffett where the traffic light is out. Make sure to treat that as a four-way stop. It’s a smooth commute on the Bayway and Causeway this morning and throughout Pensacola we’re accident-free according to Pensacola Police and Florida Highway Patrol.
Mobile Police reporting a power outage and it’s affecting the traffic light at University and Moffett Road so treat that as a four-way stop. The very cold conditions you’ve been hearing about are here right now so plan accordingly. You might want to get that vehicle warmed up and give yourself an extra few minutes to get to schedule going as you head out the door this morning. we’re accident-free right now throughout both Mobile, Pensacola and throughout Baldwin County to start your early morning.
If you can, it may not be a bad idea to give yourself an extra few minutes to get that vehicle warmed up before you head out the door this morning with a very chilly temperatures. Once you do, traffic is moving along pretty smoothly. No areas to tell you to avoid. We’re accident-free right now according to both Mobile Police and Alabama Highway Patrol throughout Mobile. The Bayway and Causeway look good. No problems along the Eastern Shore or through Baldwin County and no problems in Pensacola.