PERRYVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — All lanes have reopened along I-95 north in Cecil County Monday morning after two separate crashes, one of which was fatal, were reported.
Some lanes were closed at mile marker 94 just past MD-222 (exit 93) in the Perryville area and at mile marker 98 prior to MD-272 (exit 100) in the North East area.READ MORE: 800 Doses Of Moderna COVID Vaccine Already Administered At Fort Meade Were 'Improperly Handled' Baltimore County Man Says He Was Kicked Off Southwest Flight For Eating Twizzlers
The fatal crash happened around 6:30 a.m. on I-95 near Perryville. Maryland State Police said several vehicles were stopped due to another crash when a tractor trailer didn’t slow down and hit the stopped vehicles.
That impact caused a chain-reaction crash that killed Amy Spencer, 56, of Colora, and injured six other people.MORE NEWS: Bladensburg Police Officer Charged For Assault, Sex Offense In Baltimore County
Both crashes remain under investigation, police said.