Travel close to normal as Thanksgiving weekend winds down

- Most U.S. airports are operating with minimal delays as millions of Americans return home after the long Thanksgiving weekend. Philadelphia International Airport is one of them.

Federal Aviation Administration data showed most U.S. airports with delays of 15 minutes or less Sunday afternoon. (See right side. Newark and LaGuardia are dealing with wind.)
 
FOX 29's Lauren Johnson reports that's not the case in Atlanta.
Lines at airline check-in counters and security checkpoints were short and flowing quickly at New York's Kennedy Airport. Passenger Susan Merced says she overestimated by budgeting more than two hours to pass through security before her flight to New Orleans.
 
Amtrak in New York City also was running normally.
 
 
Sunday, we found PHL tweeted out a new one.
And don't forget to know exactly where to go if you're flying American Airlines.
But it wasn't smooth going everywhere all day. Click here for 511 PA’s Philadelphia area twitter page, click here for New Jersey, and click here for Delaware’s live traffic conditions.
 
New Jersey State Police say a six-vehicle crash on the New Jersey Turnpike did not cause any serious injuries, but the cause of the accident remains under investigation. The crash occurred shortly after 5am Sunday in the southbound lanes near milepost 54.5 in Bordentown Township.

Four people were taken to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries and later released.

Authorities initially closed all the southbound lanes between exits 7 and 7A while the crash was being investigated, but all lanes eventually reopened by 8am.

But officials warn that volume will likely increase as the day progresses. So they're urging drivers to head out as early as possible and allow extra travel time.
 
Storms in Washington state dropped more than 2 feet of snow in 24 hours. Besides driving problems, officials said there could be an increased risk of landslides. 
 
AAA had estimated 48.7 million Americans would travel for the Thanksgiving holiday.
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