Vehicle fire causes major delays on Howard Frankland Bridge

ST. PETERSBURG, FL – A vehicle fire on the Howard Frankland Bridge caused major traffic delays on Tuesday afternoon.

According to a report by WTSP, the incident was reported shortly after 3 p.m. in the southbound lanes of the bridge heading towards St. Petersburg.

It is unclear at this time what may have sparked the fire. Crews responded at about 3:40 and knocked down the blaze.

It is unclear if anyone was injured in the wreck. However, significant traffic delays were reported for some time afterward as traffic was reduced to one lane.

If you or a loved one were injured in a vehicle fire in the Tampa region, you could be entitled to significant financial compensation under the law. Contact Mickey Keenan P.A. today at 813-578-4247 to discuss your options with an experienced Florida car accident lawyer. 

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