UPDATE 4:50 p.m.: Crews have cleared the crash on I-77 south at mile marker 12.7 in Carroll County.

Backups will be lessening quickly in the area as traffic returns to normal.



UPDATE 4:10 p.m.: The tractor-trailer crash at mile marker 12.7 on southbound I-77 in Carroll County continues to cause problems, though one lane of traffic has reopened.

According to VDOT, the left lane has reopened but traffic now has backlogs of around four miles.

Drivers should find another route around this crash while cleanup efforts continue.



UPDATE 4:00 p.m.: Traffic is now said to be backed up three miles behind the tractor-trailer crash on I-77 south in Carroll County.

Drivers are being urged to find another route or risk getting caught in the mounting backups



UPDATE 3:45 p.m.: VDOT says that traffic is backing up behind the tractor-trailer crash on I-77 south in Carroll County.

They say around two miles of backlogs are being reported.

Drivers should plan to find another route if traveling in this area.



CARROLL COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) – A tractor-trailer crash on I-77 is slowing traffic along a stretch of the interstate in Carroll County.

According to VDOT, the crash is at mile marker 12.7 in the southbound lanes.

They say the southbound left shoulder, left lane and right lane are all closed.

Drivers can expect delays if traveling in this area.