Update at 9 a.m. — Alexandria police said Duke Street has reopened in both directions of travel.
Rescue personnel are on scene of a multi-vehicle crash that sent at least three to trauma centers with serious injuries.
It was first reported around 11:50 p.m. on Duke Street at S. Quaker Lane. Firefighters reported three persons trapped in two different vehicles. A total of four or five vehicles were said to be involved.
The wreck has closed Duke Street for an extended period of time, for investigation and cleanup.
Fairfax County fire/EMS crews also responded to assist on the call.
Notification:: Duke Street is temporarily closed between Quaker Lane and Roth Street, this is due to a multi-vehicle crash. Severe injuries were reported. APD and EMS is on scene. No further details at this time. pic.twitter.com/wdskdGYiMo
— Alexandria Police (@AlexandriaVAPD) February 23, 2022
4-VEHICLE CRASH WITH 3 TRAPPED— Duke St at South Quaker Ln in the City of Alexandria (from 11:50 p.m.). 3 patients being taken to trauma centers now. @AlexandriaNow #VATraffic pic.twitter.com/8ZbW17fwxT
— Alan Henney (@alanhenney) February 23, 2022
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