RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Virginia state troopers made an unusual traffic stop on I-95 Tuesday evening, pulling over an entire mobile home as it made its way out of Richmond.

Photos showed the house became temporarily stuck on Broad Street in Richmond. (Photo courtesy: Kerri O’Brien)

The house was first spotted on Broad Street in Richmond, where it was attempting to merge onto I-95, but evidently became stuck in the intersection, blocking several lanes of traffic and getting a branch stuck in the roofing material, as well.

A short while later, Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) traffic cameras caught the house heading north on I-95. Unfortunately, a portion of the mobile home’s plastic wrapping had come undone, and it was visibly dragging behind the rest of the structure.

The mobile home was eventually pulled over onto a highway shoulder by state troopers.

Virginia State Police say officers responded to the incident on I-95 near the 5th Street overpass.

According to police, the mobile home was over-height and hit the bridge just after 8 p.m. However, there are no signs of damage to the bridge.

The 64-year-old driver from Coats, North Carolina was not injured and will be charged with an over-height vehicle violation.

The incident caused traffic delays on I-95 near exit 78.