Northbound traffic is moving again, but still backed up to U.S. 90 following a 3 p.m. accident on the drawbridge of Interstate 110 that caused both vehicles to catch fire.
Initial reports around 3:15 p.m. indicated two vehicles were involved in a crash and one caught fire and the other was at risk of catching fire.
One southbound lane of traffic has just opened at 3:20 p.m.
The northbound lanes have opened on I-110 at 4 p.m., but traffic is backed up nearly to U.S. 90 because of the wreck and fire on the drawbridge.
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Asa Bullock, 19, of Biloxi, was in the left lane of the northbound traffic in a 1995 F-250 truck when a Ford Explorer tried to change lanes.
"I was driving over the drawbridge and when he started switching lanes, I knew he was going to lose control," he said.
Both vehicles sustained fire damage in the wreck that happened just after 3 p.m.
The Harrison County Sheriff's Department is handling the accident and Biloxi and D'Iberville fire departments have responded to the fire.
Sunherald.com will update this information as details become available.