VIRGINIA, USA — All lanes on Interstate 95 have reopened after a two incidents including a multi-vehicle crash involving a tractor trailer caused the roadway to shut down in Stafford, Virginia Wednesday evening.
According to tweets from Stafford County Fire and Rescue, all northbound lanes of I-95 near mile marker 137 were shut down due to the crash. by Thursday morning, all lanes have reopened.
In tweets from the Virginia Department of Traffic Fredericksburg, the crash happened just north of exit 138. There is no word on the exact number of cars involved in the crash.
Officials report the driver of the tractor trailer was taken to an area hospital with minor injuries. There is no word on what may have caused the crash.
VDOT Fredericksburg says traffic was backed up several miles leading to the blockage.
The southbound lanes of I-95 in Stafford were also closed at one point due to a disabled tractor trailer that reportedly ran out of gas near exit 140. Officials say drivers in the area should expect a 9-mile delay.
All NB lanes of I-95 in the area of MM 137 are shut down due to a crash. Please seek other routes.