What to Know
- It was a tough morning for drivers on southbound Interstate 95 in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Thursday morning.
- A multi-vehicle wreck closed all lanes between US-322/Exit 4 and US-322/Highland Ave/Exit 3.
- Multiple injuries were reported.
A multi-vehicle wreck left people hurt and closed busy Interstate 95 in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, for hours through the Thursday morning commute.
The wreck happened around 5:30 a.m. in the southbound lanes between US-322/Exit 4 and US-322/Highland Ave/Exit 3.
It wasn't clear how many people were hurt, but we know there were multiple injuries reported.
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Traffic backed up past the Blue Route (Interstate 495).
Emergency vehicles could be seen in the backup behind the crash. Around 7:30 a.m., some truck and car drivers stuck behind the wreck were being directed to go the wrong way on an on-ramp to get out of the traffic mess.
The wreck was still blocking traffic as of 9:10 a.m. By 10:15 a.m., the crash was no longer listed on the 511PA site.
Drivers were urged to avoid getting onto the highway and take local roads instead. Route 291 and Route 13 are among the routes you can take to access Route 452 back to 95, you can also take Baltimore Pike, but expect those to be slow.