VIDEO. Accidents on the A3 motorway in Seine-Saint-Denis: very difficult traffic in both directions

Two accidents and a broken down vehicle on the A3 near Bondy (Seine-Saint-Denis) lead, Tuesday, August 18, 2020, to several kilometers of traffic jams in both directions.

Two accidents and a broken down vehicle on the A3 near Bondy (Seine-Saint-Denis) lead, Tuesday, August 18, 2020, to several kilometers of traffic jams in both directions. (© MD / News Seine-Saint-Denis)

It is the law of series that affects the A3 motorway. Tuesday August 18, 2020, in the morning, two accidents and a broken down vehicle to the height of Bondy (Seine-Saint-Denis) trained several kilometers of traffic jams.

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Two accidents and a broken down vehicle

The first accident took place around 9 a.m., according to the Sytadin road information site. At Bondy, at the intersection with the national 3, an accident between a light vehicle and a motorcycle resulted in the closure of one lane on the three traffic lanes.

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One hour later, less than a kilometer upstream, a broken down vehicle between Aulnay-sous-Bois and Bondy, resulted in the closure of the left lane on the three traffic lanes.

At the same time, in the direction Paris-Province this time, an accident involving three light vehicles at the Bondy interchange, resulted in the closure of a traffic lane.

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One hour for six kilometers

As a result, the kilometers of traffic jams quickly accumulate, in both directions of traffic. It currently takes an hour to connect Blanc-Mesnil to Bondy, i.e. to travel six kilometers.

In the Paris-Province direction, it takes 20 minutes to cover the two kilometers that separate Rosny-sous-Bois in Bondy.

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