1 in life-threatening condition following I-85 wreck near Perry - WBRC FOX6 News - Birmingham, AL

1 in life-threatening condition following I-85 wreck near Perry Hill Rd.

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

One person is suffering life-threatening injuries following a crash on Interstate 85 Monday morning.

The crash involved a dark colored Toyota Camry which appeared to have struck a center guard rail in the northbound lanes near the overpass at Perry Hill Road.

Traffic was delayed for a period of time while crews removed the wreckage from the roadway, but all lanes are once again moving at this time.

The Montgomery Police Department is investigating the cause of the crash but could not release any other details pending further investigation.

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