Multivehicle crash on US Route 301 in Brandywine causes delays

Traffic can get past the crash by staying to the left. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
The crash happened on U.S. Route 301. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson) (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
The crash happened on U.S. Route 301. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
It involved multiple, overturned vehicles. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson) (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
The crash involved overturned vehicles. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
Crash clean up had closed some southbound lanes, but all lanes reopened around 1:0 p.m. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson) (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
Crash cleanup continued hours after the crash. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
Some delays continue hours after the crash. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson) (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
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Traffic can get past the crash by staying to the left. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
The crash happened on U.S. Route 301. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
The crash involved overturned vehicles. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)
Crash cleanup continued hours after the crash. (Courtesy Mishell Dickson)

WASHINGTON — All southbound lanes on U.S. Route 301 have reopened after a crash involving multiple, overturned vehicles stopped traffic in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Monday afternoon.

All lanes reopened around 1:40 p.m., but some delays persist.

The crash happened between Chadds Ford Drive and the Md. Route 5 merge.

Callers who said they witnessed the crash told WTOP’s Traffic Center that vehicles were overturned, and there were serious injuries.

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Below is a map of the area where the crash happened.

This is a developing story.

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