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I-95 South Motor Vehicle Accident in Cumberland County, North Carolina

May 02, 2021

WADE, NC - A news story published on states that all southbound traffic lanes along Interstate 95 in Cumberland County that were closed down due to a severe motor vehicle accident have been reopened.*  The interstate accident shut down the interstate for an hour and a half, law enforcement officials stated.

The motor vehicle crash was reported to 911 at around 7:10 PM. According to a North Carolina Department of Transportation traffic alert, the crash occurred close to N.C. 82 at mile marker 65. The interstate was shut down by exit 65, which is N.C. 82, and traffic was re-routed around the accident, the alert stated.

According to emergency rescue and law enforcement officials at the accident scene, two motorcycles crashed into each other, and one of the motorcyclists was transported to a local area hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

The North Carolina Department of Transportation stated the Interstate 95 was reopened at around 8:30 PM and that “travel conditions in the area have returned to normal.” DriveNC also displayed severe traffic congestion nearby on U.S. 301, which was also used as a detour for motorists.

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