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The collapse of an Interstate 95 bridge in Philadelphia creates not just a traffic problem, it's also a “really serious” supply chain problem—and that's going to hit your wallet, Northeastern University expert Nada Sanders says.

“You're going to feel this on the national level,” says Sanders, a distinguished professor of supply chain management. “It's staggering.”

A deadly and fiery crash involving a tanker carrying 8,500 gallons of gasoline collapsed a section of I-95 in Northeast Philadelphia, closing a stretch of highway that the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission says carries roughly 150,000 vehicles per day, including 14,000 trucks.

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