Tractor-trailer was left teetering after crash on Bear Mountain Bridge Road

According to state troopers, the tractor-trailer was traveling westbound toward the bridge on Route 6/202 when it struck a stone wall. The trailer, which was loaded with sheetrock, became detached from the cabin.

Bob Doda and Jonathan Gordon

Apr 29, 2024, 7:54 PM

Updated 82 days ago

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Bear Mountain Bridge Road in Cortlandt reopened around 5 p.m. after police investigated a tractor-trailer crash.
According to state troopers, the tractor-trailer was traveling westbound toward the bridge on Route 6/202 when it struck a stone wall. The trailer, which was loaded with sheetrock, became detached from the cabin.
The vehicle was left teetering off the roadway, with a drop below into a wooded area. It did not appear from photos of the scene that the trailer was in danger of falling. A crane was on the scene.
The roadway was closed between Roahook Road and the Bear Mountain Bridge for several hours before it reopened.


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