Accident causes traffic backup on inbound NY-33 in NE Buffalo

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Accident causes traffic backup on inbound NY-33 in NE Buffalo

BUFFALO, NY – Authorities were dispatched to a collision Monday evening that caused long delays on State Route 33 in northeast Buffalo, according to WGRZ TrafficTracker2.

The accident happened on the inbound lanes approaching Bailey Avenue, in the city’s Kensington area. It was first reported some time before 7:09 a.m., prompting a closure of the right inbound lane.

At the time of the initial report, traffic was backed up about half a mile down to Suffolk Street, but by 7:36 a.m., nearly 30 minutes later, the backup had stretched over two miles long, back to Harlem Road.

It remains unclear at this time what led up to the wreck and how many vehicles were impacted.

No information about the involved parties or potential injuries has been made available.

If another driver’s negligence has left you or a loved one injured, our dedicated team of Buffalo car accident lawyers at Campbell & Associates are prepared to provide the compassionate and detail-oriented legal assistance you deserve. We thoroughly investigate your case and fight to get you compensated for medical bills, missed wages, property damage, pain and suffering, and other related hardships. Call our Buffalo office today at (716) 992-2222 or reach out online to schedule a free case evaluation.


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