Bridge Scandal: 911 Tapes From GWB Closure To Be Released Today
February 28, 2014

Via NJ.com:

FORT LEE — As commuters languished in miles of traffic during the now-infamous George Washington Bridge lane closures, local 911 operators were bombarded with questions, complaints and emergencies.

UPDATE: 911 tapes of GWB lane closures released

Later this morning, Fort Lee Borough Hall will release a cache of 911 phone call recordings lodged between September 9, 2013 when the lanes first closed and September 13, when they were opened again.

The closures, widely considered to be politically motivated, are under investigation by a legislative committee.

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