Crashes, standing water reported on interstates in Hampton Roads

Ponding on I-64 in Yorktown.

HAMPTON ROADS, Va. (WAVY) — As storms moved through Hampton Roads on Monday, several accidents were reported on area roads.

A crash closed all westbound lanes of I-264 at Frederick Boulevard in Portsmouth. VDOT set up a detour, which has since been removed. Traffic is moving again in the area.

On I-664 south in Newport News, an accident shut down all lanes just before the Monitor Merrimac Bridge-Tunnel. The interstate reopened around 5 p.m.

In York County, standing water ponded on Interstate 64 between Lee Hall and Fort Eustis. Traffic was getting by in one lane in both directions of 64. VDOT said shortly after 5 p.m. that the water had been cleared.

Earlier Monday afternoon in Chesapeake, a trailer attached to a pickup truck flipped on the outside lanes of Interstate 64 near Greenbrier Parkway. Also on I-64 west, just past I-464 in Chesapeake, a pickup truck hit a median. A crash shut down the eastbound lanes of Holland Road in Suffolk for some time, too.

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel enacted level four wind restrictions. The restrictions have since been lifted.

Severe thunderstorm warnings issued for the Hampton Roads region and northeastern North Carolina have now expired.

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