Several cars northbound on the New York State Thruway were damaged by concrete falling from the Ashford Avenue bridge.
The cars were all pulled off to the side, so that traffic could flow unimpeded—except for rubbernecking.
Police are investigating the incident, which occurred during evening rush hour.
Rebuilding the 62-year-old structure, which is owned by Westchester County, is under discussion. A forum last month detailed the options; At the event, County Legislator Mary Jane Shimsky called the structure “the worst county-owned bridge in Westchester—and not by just a little.”
Editor's note: The bridge and parts of the thruway were closed for investigation for a period of time on Friday evening.