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Several crashes close lanes on I-95 and I-64

I-95, near exit 76 (Chamberlayne Avenue, near Belvidere) I-95, near exit 76 (Chamberlayne Avenue, near Belvidere)
I-95 at exit 78 (Boulevard) I-95 at exit 78 (Boulevard)
I-64, Shockoe Valley Bridge I-64, Shockoe Valley Bridge
RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

All lanes are back open on Interstate 95 north at Chamberlayne Avenue after a crash that snarled traffic during Monday morning's commute.

The crash was one of at least three that backed up traffic on interstates around Richmond.

Traffic was backed up for at least seven miles at one point as the left and center lanes were closed on I-95 at mile marker 76.

Just a few miles up the road, a crash on I-95 at mile marker 78 in Richmond also closed two lanes and caused major delays.

Meanwhile, on I-64 west at mile marker 191 in  Richmond the right shoulder closed due to a crash.

Be sure to follow Tracy Lynn on Facebook and @tracytraffic on Twitter for traffic updates.

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