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All lanes back open on S. College Rd. after four car accident

The southbound lanes back open on South College Rd. & South 17th St. The southbound lanes back open on South College Rd. & South 17th St.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – Emergency crews responded to a four car accident on South College Rd. & South 17th St. that happened early Monday morning.

The southbound lanes on South College Rd. at the intersection of South 17th St. were closed as crews cleared the scene. No word if anyone got hurt.

Keep checking back to this story as more information develops. 

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