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UPDATE: Two-vehicle wreck near Capitol High School already cleared up

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UPDATE: 13 News crews say the wreck only involved two vehicles, and only caused a small road headed to a methadone clinic to shut down.

Police on the scene told 13 News that the two drivers got into a fight after the wreck, and police called for backup after one driver told police a gun was involved.

A search was conducted, and police say there was no weapon found.

13 News crews say the scene is now cleared and traffic is moving along smoothly.


ORIGINAL: An unknown number of vehicles wrecked on Greenbrier Street in Charleston near Capitol High school at about 6:30 Tuesday morning.

Dispatchers say no one was injured, but are unsure how many vehicles wrecked or if the road is shut down.

The fire department and police are on the scene and 13 News has a crew headed that way.

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