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Driver charged after semi trailer overturns, spills load on I-295

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. –A driver has been charged in an accident that has shut down the ramp from Interstate 295 South to Interstate 64 East in Henrico. 225 more words

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Driver charged after semi hauling tomatoes, peppers overturns

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — The driver of a tractor-trailer hauling several thousand pounds of tomatoes and peppers has been charged after the big rig overturned along I-295 in Henrico County Saturday morning. 324 more words

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Henrico driver killed on I-64

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. — A Henrico man was killed in a single-vehicle crash on Interstate 64 early Friday morning, according to Virginia State Police.

“The crash occurred at approximately 12:16 a.m., Friday (April 27), when a box truck traveling west on Interstate 64 ran off the highway and overturned. 75 more words

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Man charged with involuntary manslaughter for slamming into passenger on I-64

GOOCHLAND, Va. – A man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after police say he ran over a female passenger on Interstate 64 in Goochland. 274 more words

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Shooting suspect arrested in Short Pump; I-64 reopens

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — Interstate 64 reopened and a shooting suspect was taken into custody Monday morning in Henrico County.

The hours-long overnight search for that suspect forced police to close I-64 — west and east — near the Pouncey Tract Road overpass in Short Pump. 339 more words

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Road rage shooting reported on I-64

HAMPTON, Va. — Virginia State Police are investigating a road rage related shooting on Interstate 64 in Hampton. The shooting was reported Wednesday, March 28, at about 9:54 p.m., near the westbound Mallory Street exit. 218 more words

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I-64 lanes reopen after tree falls on interstate

UPDATE: All lanes are now open. There is a two mile backup remaining. Continue to expect residual delays.

GOOCHLAND COUNTY, Va. — All eastbound lanes are closed along Interstate 64 east near mile marker 171 (two miles west of Ashland Road) due to a fallen tree, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. 30 more words

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