BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Harbor Tunnel toll plaza on I-895 reopened Friday and is accepting tolls after two employees were diagnosed with legionellosis.

The toll plaza closed Tuesday as health department officials tested the facility.

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Results are pending, but The Maryland Transportation Authority treated water systems in the facility as a proactive step. There has been no confirmation of the bacteria in the facility’s systems.

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Cash customers can now stop at the toll booths to make payment. Customers without an E-ZPass or cash will be charged the video toll rate, which is 1.5 times the cash/base rate. Additionally, the E-ZPass Customer Service Center and SafeZones payment center in the Harbor Tunnel administration building have reopened.