Traffic at the intersection of Broadway and West 230th Street came to a halt for about 20 minutes as fire and police department personal had to clear a two car accident on Wednesday afternoon. As you will see in other photos about the two cars involved, one had some body damage, while the other had major front end damage. The cause of the accident - both drivers being in the same place at the same time.
Above - Firemen survey the scene checking if any hazardous liquids from the two cars have leaked onto the roadway, such the anti-freeze/coolant in a car radiator.
Below - One fireman gets into the red Toyota to move the car to the side of the road. This car seems not to have to much damage to it.
The second car a ford however seems to have front end damage. Firemen were able to move this car to the corner also so traffic could once again flow after about a twenty minute shutdown of the intersection northbound on Broadway. There were no reported injuries at the accident site. This was the 74th reported accident to the police at this intersection dubbed the worse intersection on Broadway in the Bronx.