East River bridges reopen

October 30, 2012 Associated Press
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New York City’s East River bridges have reopened.

The Department of Transportation says the Brooklyn, Manhattan, Williamsburg and the Ed Koch-Queensboro bridges reopened to all vehicles on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, MTA bridges reopened to emergency personnel only.

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The MTA bridges include: Robert F. Kennedy Bridge; Throgs Neck Bridge; Bronx-Whitestone Bridge; Verrazano-Narrows Bridge; Henry Hudson Bridge; Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge; Cross Bay Veterans Memorial Bridge.

A decision to reopen the MTA bridges to the public was being assessed.

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