Update, 6:26 p.m.

At around 6 p.m., the Metropolitan Area Transportation Operations Coordination Program tweeted that all travel lanes had reopened and delays stretched for about two miles.

Update, 4:32 p.m.:

Hours after a 10-vehicle crash blocked HOV lanes on northbound Interstate 395, another incident blocked HOV lanes on the southbound side of the highway, officials said.

Around 4:20 p.m., the Metropolitan Area Transportation Operations Coordination Program tweeted that the southbound HOV lanes were blocked past Route 27, or Exit 8, in Arlington County for an “incident and response,” and delays stretched for about a mile.

No details about the incident were immediately available.

Update, 3:30 p.m.:

About 1:30 p.m., the Metropolitan Area Transportation Operations Coordination Program tweeted that all HOV lanes had reopened to southbound traffic.

Original post:

All the HOV lanes along the north side of Interstate 395 in Arlington near Glebe Road are shut down after a crash involving 10 vehicles.

Officials warned that part of the road would be closed for two hours.

The three northbound lanes in the main part of the interstate remain open. The delays start after Edsall Road.

Arlington fire officials said four people were evaluated and suffered minor injuries. Some fluids were leaking from cars.