Early traffic incidents in Virginia
8:40 A.M. UPDATE: The I-66 East lane remains closed.
7:35 A.M. UPDATE: Just the east right lane remains closed on I-66 East. VDOT is still advising drivers to take the exit onto James Madison Highway and re-enter I-66 East. And a disabled vehicle on I-495 South at 123 has closed the south right lane and right shoulder there.
7:05 A.M.: The accident on I-66 East in Gainesville is still causing the eastbound left and right lanes to be closed. VDOT is advising drivers to take exit 40 onto James Madison Highway, then after going through the signal at the top of the ramp to re-enter I-66 East.
6:35 A.M. UPDATE: An accident has been reported on I-495 North at 267/Dulles Toll Road. Anybody heading north should be wary of traffic slowing down.
It's starting to come down with a little more force out there, so commuters trekking out this morning are in for a tough time. Case in point for Virginia: drivers out in Gainesville heading east on I-66 will find an accident (circa James Madison Highway, shortly before 29/Lee Highway) has closed the east and westbound lanes. We've also got a pair of accidents on I-95 in Dumfries -- one on I-95 North at 234, the other on I-95 South at State Route 619.
December 31, 2009; 6:05 AM ET
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