Accident in Albany Now Cleared
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As more details emerge about these reports, we will keep you posted.
An accident was reported at around 2 in the morning in Albany. The accident was on I-90 near Exit 24 heading eastbound. The ramp was closed because of the accident. Drivers were asked to use Exit 23 instead.
The accident was reported to be cleared at around 3:30 a.m. The ramp was open at this time.
It is not known what caused this accident or if any people were injured.
We will update you if more information becomes available.
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