Traffic: Lanes open on N. Fulton road after bulldozer fell off truck

A stretch of Holcomb Bridge Road was backed up Thursday morning after a bulldozer fell off a truck, Roswell police said.

The incident occurred around 9:30 a.m. and the bulldozer and truck blocked a few lanes of traffic. Roswell police asked drivers to avoid the road, and eventually, a crane was brought in to lift the bulldozer back on to the truck.

All lanes were reopened by 10 a.m.

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Police say an accident caused the bulldozer to fall over but didn't explain further. No injuries were reported.

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The stretch of Holcomb Bridge Road where the accident happened was near the Terramont Drive and Martin Landing Drive intersection.

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The former officer says his department wrongly fired him because of his handicap after his motorcycle accident in 2014. (Channel 2 Action News)

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