Listen: Jack Jaffa, Long Island And Wantagh State Parkway discussed on 24 Hour News
"Truck traffic center tonight. Here is Drake. Right. So we are still looking at trouble on the inbound Brooklyn Bridge, we've got a wreck knocking out the right lane. And it appears the tow trucks that are responding are stuck in the same traffic. You are on the inbound Ghana's, which is bad from the belt Murray. John and westbound from white avenue big issue in queens, westbound getting over towards the cross island. You got at least one lane subject to closure with a record slow out of Nassau. And then a major issue in jersey is the Garden State Parkway northbound roll rollover, your exit one thirty five in court two right lanes are knockout a standstill from the turnpike, southbound slow in some form or another with rubbernecking from exit one forty five on down. Here's what we see on long island's big three Long Island expressway, eastbound slow to one six seven northern state jams. Sluggish on the southern states for Malvern all the way on towards the wantagh state Parkway westbound getting away from the Seaford waster bay expressway in the Bronx. Westbound Bruckner a mess to one hundred thirty eight th street emergency repair, work blocks, two lanes traffic. Sponsored by Jack Jaffa and associates. I'm Greg rice on ten ten wins. Partying with your local council. Member to provide free stove knob safety covers to prevent children from accidentally lighting stove. Visit Jack Jaffa dot com slash Jaffa cares. Defined a pickup location near you wins. News time, seven three. The search is still on tonight for the guy who stole a vehicle from an intersection in Canarsie with precious contents on board, two little girls and a little boy ages one to eight ten wins newsman Al Jones is following the story and joins us live now with the very latest now. Larry right here on the corner of eighty I end up flatlands and field duty gore store where the mother presumably went into the store left the three children into the vehicle with the car running, and."