Virginia Update -- Disabled vehicles on I-95, I-66 and elsewhere
On the cusp of rush hour, let's check in on Virginia....
There are a few more incidents to report in Virginia, so let's just run through them all (courtesy of Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller). I will note some of the times the State Police got it, so if you're on the road and reading this on a PDA -- and if so, EYES ON THE ROAD -- you can be aware of whether it might impact you or not:
-- A motor vehicle crash (no injuries, just damage) at I-95 Southbound, north of exit 166. They got it at 3:13, and it looks like it's finishing up, she said.
-- Disabled vehicle on I-66 Eastbound at exit 60 (Route 123), call came in at 3:17.
-- Disabled vehicle on I-95 Southbound, at the 160 mile marker, circa 338 p.m.
-- Disabled vehicle on I-95 Southbound, north of Exit 158 (Prince William Parkway), also 3:38 p.m.
-- Crash damage only on I-495 Westbound to I-95 Southbound, left exit (Richmond exit), came in at 3:40 p.m.
-- Crash on I-95 Southbound near the 161 mile marker, came in at 3:44 p.m.
-- There was another hit-and-run, this one on I-495 Northbound, north of route 267.
-- A car crash with damages only (no accidents) on I-495 Northbound at Exit 50/Route 50.
-- And a road rage incident on I-95, but no more details on that yet.
May 22, 2009; 4:10 PM ET
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