I 95 Fredericksburg Accident – Highway 95 in Stafford County was at a stop again Monday night after being shut the entire day because of a disaster area including six semi-trucks southward, and a few incapacitated heavy means of transport trapped in the northward paths.
“Travel stays halted on I-95 northward and southward at different places in the Fredericksburg region; groups keep on clearing crippled vehicles and brought down trees following winter tempest to permit travel to continue,” the Virginia Department of Transportation said in a news discharge. Drivers ought to keep away from the space until additional notification because of the critical clog and to help groups with freedom, VDOT said.
With 511Virginia.org traffic cameras unavailable because of blackouts, explicit areas and the number of impacted paths couldn’t be affirmed, VDOT said.
“Groups keep on being prepared in crisis reaction and are clearing trees hindering paths and attempting to clear crippled trucks and vehicles all through the locale,” the delivery said.
Extra assets from different locales were relied upon to show up Monday night to help trash expulsion, street treatment, and leeway endeavors.
The most recent data on path reopenings and traffic will be accessible as it is affirmed on 511Virginia, even though traffic cameras stay unavailable.