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Hazmat Snarls U.S. 1 Traffic in North Stafford

UPDATE 

All lanes have been reopened after a truck spilled sewage on U.S. 1.

The crash involved two vehicles – a car and a large truck. Both collided near Va. 610.

No one was injured, and no charges had been filed in the crash as of Tuesday afternoon, saidStaffordsheriff’s spokesman Bill Kennedy.

The Virginia Department of Transportation reports the sewage has been cleaned up. 

NORTH STAFFORD, Va. — A large truck carrying sewage spilled its contents onto U.S. 1.

Stafford fire and rescue spokesman Mark Doyle said one northbound lane of traffic on U.S. 1 is moving, and traffic is being re-routed through the Aquia Park shopping center just before Va. 610.

It’s unclear what caused the crash. A clean-up contractor has been called to the scene, said Doyle.

 

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