Traffic: Police targeting Move Over Law violators

Police are actively targeting violators of Maryland's Move Over Law on Wednesday.

Until 6 p.m., the Maryland Transportation Authority Police and Maryland State Police will be looking for offenders along the entire stretch of Interstate 95 in Maryland. The law requires motorists approaching an emergency vehicle that is using visual signals while stopped on a highway to make a change to an available lane if safely possible. If moving is not possible, the law requires drivers to slow down their vehicles.

A three-vehicle crash has closed a northbound shoulder on Interstate 895 north near the Holabird Avenue exit, according to the Maryland Department of Transportation.

A vehicle is on fire on Interstate 83 south before the Padonia Road exit in Baltimore County. The impact to traffic is unknown.

An accident involving one vehicle has shut down a southbound shoulder on I-95 south past the Churchville Road exit in Harford County.

All lanes on Quarterfield Road near Route 100 have reopened after Anne Arundel County Police investigated a possible sinkhole in the area.

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