Bethlehem Pike Reopened After Crash - KMSP-TV

Bethlehem Pike Reopened After Crash

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A traffic camera shows the southbound lanes of PA 309 closed after a car accident Tuesday. A traffic camera shows the southbound lanes of PA 309 closed after a car accident Tuesday.
An image from SkyFOX shows the car involved in a Tuesday accident in Montgomery County. An image from SkyFOX shows the car involved in a Tuesday accident in Montgomery County.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Pa. -

Emergency crews reopened the Bethlehem Pike just before 5 Points around 6 p.m. Tuesday after one person was seriously injured in a car crash.

Emergency responders tell FOX 29 the victim's injuries were serious but non-life threatening.

Video from SkyFOX showed the car after it appeared to have struck a utility pole, but it's not yet clear what caused the accident.

Stay with myfoxphilly.com for updates to this story.

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