George Washington Bridge fatal car accident snarls morning commute

A 32-year-old Manhattan woman was killed in a single-car wreck Tuesday morning after she lost control of her minivan on the George Washington Bridge, authorities said.

Patricia Salcedo’s Toyota van flipped several times and landed on its roof on the New York side of the bridge’s upper level about 4 a.m., authorities said.

She was pronounced dead on the scene. There were no other injuries reported, a Port Authority spokesman said.

The crash prompted the temporary shutdown of the upper level’s outbound lanes, causing a nightmarish early morning commute for motorists heading to New Jersey.

The lanes were reopened about 7:30 a.m., authorities said.

Buttafuoco & Associates

Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice Attorneys

Voted BEST LAW FIRM five years in a row!

www.1800NowHurt.com

One Response to “George Washington Bridge fatal car accident snarls morning commute”

  1. Anonymous

    HAVE YOU FOUND OUT WHAT CAUSE THE ACCIDENT

Comments are closed.