A multi-vehicle rollover crash slowed busy Interstate 95 in Northeast Philadelphia during the Friday morning rush.
The wreck, where a car wound up on its side, closed all but one of the southbound lanes of I-95 near the Bridge Street Exit shortly after 8 a.m., Pennsylvania State Police said.
There were no immediate serious injuries, police said.
Traffic quickly backed up behind the crash scene as a second lane of of traffic began to get by around 8:30 a.m. The delay ballooned to 50 minutes longer than normal, according to Waze.
You could avoid I-95 by taking U.S. Route 1 or surface roads, but expect your commute to be slowed.
Delays continued past 9 a.m. but cleared by 9:30.