UPDATE 11:28 a.m.: First responders reportedly took care of two people involved in Wednesday morning’s multi-vehicle crash along Brandon Avenue in southwest Roanoke.
Caitlyn Cline with the Roanoke Police Department told WFXR News the two-vehicle crash happened shortly after 6:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 28, in the 3900 block of Brandon Avenue SW.
Cline says one person was transported to the hospital while another was treated on scene by first responders following the crash.
Because of the fog, the road was closed temporarily in order to keep first responders safe while they worked the scene, according to Cline.
The investigation into this crash is reportedly ongoing.
UPDATE 8:19 a.m.: The scene of Wednesday morning’s crash along Brandon Avenue SW has been cleared and Roanoke traffic is flowing per usual, according to WFXR’s reporter.
ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — Motorists in southwest Roanoke may see delays Wednesday morning due to a crash along Brandon Avenue.
An employee at Brandon Oaks Nursing and Rehabilitation Center — which is located right by the crash scene — told WFXR News the crash is backing up traffic all the way to Virginia Varsity Self Storage.
The employee said there are multiple vehicles involved in the crash, which is took place at the intersection of Brandon Avenue and Deyerle Road.
There is no word on injuries or on how long the crash will back up traffic.
WFXR News has reached out to the Roanoke Police Department for more information, but a news crew is on the way to the scene at this time.
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