UPDATE: Emergency vehicles cleared from Gervais St. bridge after call for water rescue
WEST COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - West Columbia police say they’ve cleared the Gervais Street bridge of emergency vehicles after a call for a river rescue.
Capt. Scott Morrison with the West Columbia Police Department says crews responded after a call for a jumper, but it appears to have been a false call.
West Columbia Police had advised drivers to avoid the area near the Gervais Street bridge and Meeting Street just after 8 a.m. Monday. Delays may still be in place because of traffic in the area.
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