This story has been updated.
One lane on a stretch of the Bronx River Parkway reopened early Monday afternoon after an overnight 14-car pileup that resulted in guardrail damage in Yonkers caused the closure of the stretch of the road for more than 15 hours.
The accident reportedly involved a chain-reaction pileup that occurred around 10 p.m. near the Palmer Road Bridge, according to WABC-7. Slippery conditions reportedly contributed to the crash.
There were four separate crashes, including one eight-car pile up.
No serious injuries occurred, but 10 people sustained minor injuries.
The accident, on the southbound side, was between Scarsdale Road (Exit 4) and the Sprain Brook Parkway, with traffic backed up to Leewood Drive in Eastchester (Exit 9).
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