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— Arkansas State Police are working two, multiple car accidents on Interstate 40 at the White River Bridge.

State Police spokesman Bill Sadler said initial reports do not indicate injuries, only property damage. The wrecks did take place in a construction zone near the White River Bridge.

Sadler said westbound traffic is being rerouted at Exit 202 to take Arkansas 33 to Des Arc. Eastbound traffic is being diverted at Exit 193 to U.S. 70.

Sadler did not comment on an estimated cleanup time.

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  • Cindster
    February 19, 2013 at 9:14 p.m.

    My work requires that I drive to Jackson, TN every other week. I've been taking the detour (and allowing extra drive time) for over a year now, and am wondering why the construction is taking so long.

  • NoCrossNoCrown
    February 19, 2013 at 9:38 p.m.

    cindster... and am wondering why the construction is taking so long.
    I don't think you really want to cross a bridge that only to two weeks to build.

    I work sometimes requires me to travel through that area twice a day...
    If folks would stop following the vehicle in front of them so close, and stop texting...
    Many of these accidents would be prevented and lives saved....

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