TRAFFIC ALERT: Tractor-trailer accident 460-W Christiansburg - WSLS 10 NBC in Roanoke/Lynchburg Va

TRAFFIC ALERT: Tractor-trailer accident on 460-W in Christiansburg

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Photo courtesy Christine Spalding Photo courtesy Christine Spalding
Photo courtesy Christine Spalding Photo courtesy Christine Spalding
Photo courtesy Christine Spalding Photo courtesy Christine Spalding
CHRISTIANSBURG, VA -

We want to let you know about a traffic alert that could affect your morning commute.

Drivers can expect potential delays due to a tractor trailer accident on 460 West in Montgomery County.

According to VDOT, the accident scene is in the vicinity of Dark Run Road, Riffe Street, and Rt. 92363EW. That's around 5 miles northeast of Christiansburg.

Debris is on the road. One lane is still closed. Police are on the scene.

We will continue to bring you more information as it comes in to us.

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