There are no people still stranded on Interstate-95, according to a tweet by the Virginia Department of Transportation Fredericksburg.
“Less than 20 vehicles left to be removed from the interstate before plow trains will come through to remove snow and ice from the travel lanes,” the tweet said.
Numerous motorists had been stuck on the interstate after a storm swept through the area leaving people trapped in their vehicles overnight.
The remaining vehicles have been abandoned, Gov. Ralph Northam said in a briefing Tuesday.
See the agency's tweet: