A major highway pileup in York County, Virginia, Sunday morning resulted in at least 51 people injured and a sizable traffic snarl.
The 69-vehicle wreck shut down traffic on Interstate 64 after a chain-reaction accident, according to the Virginia State Police. Though authorities are still investigating the cause of the collision, state police said there were fog and ice conditions on Queens Creek bridge when the accident occurred at about 7:51 a.m. local time.
Police initially said there were 35 people injured and transported to hospitals but then updated that number to 51 people in the afternoon.
The injuries range from minor to life-threatening, police said. No fatalities were reported.