TRAFFIC ALERT: Cape Fear Memorial Bridge inbound lanes closed - WECT TV6-WECT.com:News, weather & sports Wilmington, NC

UPDATE: Traffic moving again on CFM Bridge

The accident happened around 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. The accident sparked one of the cars to catch fire. (Source: NCDOT) The accident happened around 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. The accident sparked one of the cars to catch fire. (Source: NCDOT)

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) -  Traffic is slowly moving again on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge after a second multiple car accident on the inbound lanes on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge stopped traffic again Tuesday evening.

The second accident happened just before 6 p.m. The accident left drivers backup for almost two hours. This was the second accident that happened on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge Tuesday afternoon into evening.

Emergency crews had both inbound lanes and one outbound lane closed to deal with the accident.

The first accident happened around 4 p.m. on Tuesday. That accident sparked one of the cars to catch fire.

Emergency crews had both inbound lanes and one outbound lane closed to deal with the accident. 

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