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Update: Traffic flowing after 3-vehicle crash in Gulfport on US 90

Gulfport police responded to a three-vehicle collision on U.S. 90 on Tuesday morning. A car that had run out of gas was rear-ended, causing a chain-reaction. There were no serious injuries, police said.
Gulfport police responded to a three-vehicle collision on U.S. 90 on Tuesday morning. A car that had run out of gas was rear-ended, causing a chain-reaction. There were no serious injuries, police said. calee@sunherald.com

Traffic is flowing again on U.S. 90 between DeBuys and Cowan roads after a three-vehicle crash Tuesday morning.

Gulfport police received a call about 9 a.m. that a red Chevrolet Impala had run out of gas in the right lane of U.S. 90 westbound. A chain-reaction collision occurred shortly after.

A Buick Lucerne rear-ended the Impala, police said, followed by a Ford Fusion hitting the Buick.

A fourth vehicle stopped to render aid but was not involved in the crash.

The Impala’s bumper was wedged against the jersey barrier dividing the eastbound and westbound lanes.

Police Sgt. Joshua Bromen said there were no injuries. Traffic was flowing in the passing lanes with no major backup while the damaged vehicles were being cleared.

Staff writer Robin Fitzgerald contributed to this report.

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