Beach Drive reopens after crash in Northwest

The crash caused a closure between Porter Street and Harvard Street for almost two hours. (Courtesy of Tyrone Skeen) ((Courtesy of Tyrone Skeen))
Authorities cleared all the vehicles from the road and said there were no serious injuries. (Courtesy of Tyrone Skeen) ((Courtesy of Tyrone Skeen))
Several cars had to be removed from the roads. (Courtesy of Tyrone Skeen) ((Courtesy of Tyrone Skeen))
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WASHINGTON — Beach Drive in Northwest D.C. is has been reopened after a crash involving multiple vehicles caused a closure between Porter Street and Harvard Street.

The crash near the entrance to the National Zoo occurred just before 6 a.m.

Three ambulances were called to the scene, though no injuries were serious, according to D.C. Fire and EMS spokesman Vito Maggiolo.


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