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Accidents close lanes on 66 East, 395 North, 267 East [Updated]

The vehicle fire in Centreville is now only closing the east left shoulder of I-66 shortly before Lee Highway/29. So delays shouldn't be as bad.

8:50 A.M. UPDATE:
While the accidents listed below all seem to have cleared up, residual traffic remains on I-395 North and I-66 East circa Chain Bridge Road.

And a new accident on I-66 East, this one out in Centreville -- a vehicle fire shortly before Lee Highway/29 has closed the left shoulder, left lane, left center lane and right center lane. In other words, major delays.

TwoThree major Virginia roadways are seeing lane closures and big delays due to accidents that just occurred this morning:

-- I-66 East at Fairfax County Parkway/7100 is seeing the right center lane, right lane and right shoulder all closed because of an accident. But once you get beyond that, there are still a few miles of delays from Chain Bridge Road.

-- I-395 North at Washington Boulevard/27 has the right center lane and right lane closed because of an accident. Traffic is reportedly backed up for up to seven miles on I-395 North.

-- 267 East near the ramp to Trapp Road has the left shoulder and left lane closed due to a vehicle accident.

By Mark Berman  |  January 7, 2010; 7:35 AM ET
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