2nd pile-up on I-95 brings trade to delay in Prince William County

A tractor trailer pile-up stalled trade Wednesday night on a northbound lanes of Interstate 95 nearby Marine Corps Base Quantico in Prince William County, Virginia.

The pile-up happened nearby mile pen 148.5 around 7 p.m. A tractor trailer ran off a highway and crashed in a woods easterly of I-95, deleterious several guardrails.

The pile-up is reduction than a mile from where a fatal pile-up happened early Wednesday morning.

A route of sand and waste stretched from a southbound lanes opposite a 95 Express Lanes and northbound mainline highway.

Stafford and Prince William County glow and rescue services responded to a scene, that enclosed a tiny diesel fuel spill.

Virginia State Police pronounced a motorist of a flatbed tractor trailer was taken to a sanatorium for critical injuries that were not life-threatening. Virginia State Police Motor Carrier Safety was on stage to support with a pile-up investigation.

At 11 p.m., a Virginia Department of Transportation pronounced that there was 5 miles of overload heading adult to a pile-up site. Two lanes were removing by as of 11:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Below is a area where a pile-up happened.

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