UPDATE, 6 p.m.: All lanes of Interstate 95 northbound are now open at mile marker 123 in Spotsylvania County, between Exit 118/Thornburg and Exit 126/Massaponax, according to a news release from VDOT.
The agency asks travelers to call 511 or visit 511Virginia.org for real-time congestion information as traffic backup clears.
UPDATE, 5:40 p.m.: Two lanes of Interstate 95 northbound are open at mile marker 123 in Spotsylvania County, according to a news release from VDOT. The center and right lane have reopened to traffic, and the left lane remains closed to clear the scene of an earlier crash, the agency said.
According to an update from Virginia State Police, a wreck along Interstate 95 involved a single vehicle. A previous report from VDOT had described the incident as a multi-vehicle crash.
At 1:26 p.m. Friday, Virginia State Police responded to the crash in the northbound lanes of I-95 at the 123.9-mile marker in Spotsylvania County. All lanes of I-95 are closed at this time, with a detour set up, the State Police said in a 4 p.m. statement.
The crash has closed all northbound Interstate 95 lanes between the Thornburg and Massaponax exits, according to a release sent by the Virginia Department of Transportation shortly after 2 p.m. Friday.
VDOT said travelers "should expect significant northbound travel delays in (the) area."
Traffic is being detoured to U.S. 1 at the Thornburg exit. That traffic can get back on I-95 at the Massaponax exit.