Sandy Myers 540-332-9201
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Ken Slack 540-332-9264
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Sept. 10, 2012


STAUNTON – (2:45 a.m.) A tractor-trailer incident has closed the westbound and eastbound lanes on Route 33 in Rockingham County. The location is near Route 612 (Peake Mountain Road) near Hinton/Raleigh Springs.

Route 33 westbound traffic is being detoured onto Route 613 (Clover Hill Road) south, to Route 732 (Coopers Mountain Road) west and back onto Route 33 west. Eastbound traffic is being detoured onto Route 732 east, to Route 613 north and back onto Route 33 east.

No estimate for reopening the lanes has been provided by the Virginia Department of Transportation Staunton Traffic Operations Center.

Motorists should expect significant delays in this area.  

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