Eastbound Courtney Campbell reopens after hazmat spill

Officials have reopened eastbound lanes of the Courtney Campbell Causeway after a hazardous materials spill.

Clearwater police say 150 gallons of chlorine has been spilled "so far." They say much of it is being collected before it hits the ground.

Crews from multiple agencies were on the Courtney Campbell to clean up the spill.

Adding to traffic issues, a disabled vehicle in the center lane of the Howard Frankland Bridge has cars backed up into Pinellas County. 

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