Wet roads lead to traffic headaches

9:05 AM, Jun 17, 2013   |    comments
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ATLANTA -- The rain that fell in metro Atlanta overnight is leading to some traffic problems Monday morning.

A tree fell in the 3600 block of Peachtree Road near Roxboro Road, blocking the southbound lanes. 11Alive traffic anchor Elle Duncan recommends taking North Druid Hills Road to Buford Highway as an alternate route.

A three-car accident blocked two left lanes, including the HOV lane, of the Downtown Connector south of Pine Street. The wreck has cleared, but there are still delays throughout the area.

A two-car accident on northbound Interstate 285 south of Camp Creek Parkway tied up traffic earlier Monday. One right lane was blocked by the crash, which has since cleared.

Flooding was also reported in one right lane of westbound Langford Parkway at Metropolitan Parkway. Drivers are urged to be cautious when passing through the area.

One left lane of eastbound I-285 was blocked at Riverside Drive because of another accident.

A two-car crash on southbound I-75 at Forest Parkway briefly affected the two left lanes.

For the latest traffic conditions in metro Atlanta, visit 11Alive.com/Traffic.

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