UPDATE, 5:32 P.M.:

Officials said the road is clear and all northbound travel lanes have reopened, but delays remain.

ORIGINAL STORY:

Northbound lanes of D.C. 295 were blocked Monday after debris fell from a truck in Northeast Washington, officials said.

D.C. fire spokesman Vito Maggiolo said two girders fell off the back of a truck before Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue NE, and one struck a vehicle. One person in the vehicle that was struck suffered an injury that was not life-threatening, Maggiolo said.

One girder fell across lanes of the highway, he said, while another fell off the side, coming to rest on an abandoned railroad bridge.

Northbound lanes of D.C. 295 are blocked, and delays stretch for more than two miles.

D.C. police said they were diverting traffic onto Benning Road.