Travel impacts felt across Western New York after fiery crash

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. – Travel across the border is being impacted Wednesday after a deadly, fiery crash near the U.S.-Canadian border at the Rainbow Bridge.

Two people have died. The New York State Police and FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force is investigating.

According to Customs and Border Protection in Buffalo, the Rainbow Bridge has reopened as of 6:30 p.m. on November 23. The other bridges at the border with Western New York — the Peace Bridge, Lewiston-Queenston Bridge and Whirlpool Bridge — have reopened as well.

All international flights to and from the Buffalo-Niagara International Airport were canceled, but as of 6 p.m. the FAA no longer listed the airport as closed to international flights.

Wednesday afternoon, New York State courts in Niagara Falls, North Tonawanda , Lackawanna, Tonawanda and Buffalo have closed. Any emergency proceedings, outside of criminal court arraignments, will be handled virtually.

Several municipal buildings closed in Buffalo, as well.

This is a developing story. News10NBC will provide information at it becomes available.