All lanes back open after deer causes multi-car crash on I-295 - NBC12 - Richmond, VA News

All lanes back open after deer causes multi-car crash on I-295 in Hanover

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HANOVER, VA (WWBT) -

All northbound lanes of  I-295 in Hanover are back open following a multi-vehicle crash.

At approximately 6:14 a.m. this morning, State Police responded to a four-vehicle crash on Interstate 295 northbound at the 40 mile marker.

The driver of a Prius struck and killed a deer as the Prius was traveling northbound, according to police.

After striking the deer, three other vehicles collided with each other and the Prius.   

Three others suffered minor injuries.  Two of those drivers were transported to VCU Medical Center.  The third was assessed at the scene of the crash. 

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