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Officials again closed some highways and bridges early Wednesday in the Corpus Christi area because of ice from an overnight freeze but by had re-opened most by the afternoon.
Police are cautioning the public not to travel on roadways if possible and not to drive around barricades because of severe winter weather.
Here’s a guide on what to know about area roads, highways and bridges.
What roads and bridges re-opened?
-The Harbor Bridge was re-opened on Wednesday afternoon.
-TxDOT also reopened all major roadways in Corpus Christi, including South Padre Island Drive, Crosstown and I-37.
–The Oso Bridge is currently open both east and west bound to allow traffic flow in and out of Flour Bluff.
-The JFK Causeway has reopened. Motorists were warned not to exceed 40 mph. There is still access to the island.
What to do after a crash
Corpus Christi police offered the following information if you’re involved in a crash:
If you can safely move your vehicle off the roadway, please do.
- If there are injuries call 911.
- If there are no injuries call the non-emergency number (361-886-2600) and ask the dispatcher for a sequence number for the call for service.
- Exchange information with the other driver and complete a CR-2 “Blue Form.” You can directly file the CR-2 with your insurance company.
Officers will now continue to respond to traffic crashes.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.