Back-to-back crashes cleared on I-83, Route 30

Harper Ho
York Dispatch

Lanes in both directions on Interstate 83 have reopened after multiple crashes stunted the morning commute in York County

Traffic was already free flowing again by 9:30 a.m.

Back-to-back crashes after 7 a.m. Friday had caused simultaneously lane restrictions in both directions on I-83, according to 511PA.

The three crashes were all in the area of Newberrytown near Exit 32.

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Multiple crashes reported on Interstate 83.

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Traffic was backed up for miles as first responders worked through snow to clear the wreckage. It's unclear if there were any injuries. 

Crash on US 30 eastbound.

There were more than two dozen traffic related crashes reported throughout the county about 8 a.m. on York County 911 emergency system.

A fourth crash on Route 30 near Route 74 also caused a lane restriction slowed motorists.

— Reach Harper Ho at hho@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @howdyhoharper.