East Austin traffic hazard causes rush hour delays close to downtown
AUSTIN, TX – Police in East Austin responded to a traffic hazard near downtown that forced them to close off a portion of East 3rd Street Wednesday morning.
The incident occurred at the intersection of East 3rd St. and San Marcos Street east of downtown Austin around 7:45 a.m., according to the Austin-Travis County traffic report page. Police closed off the road in response to the hazard and detoured rush hour commuters around the area.
Information on what may have caused the traffic hazard have not been released by Authorities in Austin as of yet.
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