The commute is looking messy on Highway 400 after a 20 car pile-up stopped traffic this Thursday afternoon. Drivers are being warned to plan a different route if they are attempting to drive in today's weather conditions because cars are currently being towed from the crash. The Highway 400 traffic jam is currently causing a snowy disaster. Sergeant Kerry Schmidt of the OPP announced earlier this afternoon that there was a 20 car pile-up on the northbound lanes of Highway 400 at Innisfil Beach Rd. near Barrie, causing multiple road closures as they attempted to deal with the mess.\nSince then, traffic has been at a standstill, as tow trucks try to remove the vehicles from the road. There have been no serious injuries reported yet, but the OPP is still investigating the accident. The multi-vehicle collision happened at around 1 p.m. and clean up is still underway. Although officers are working to clear up the mess, removing 20 cars from the highway is expected to take some time. With the low visibility and massive traffic jam that has accumulated, people have been sharing their photos online while stuck in traffic. It's advised that you not drive today if it's not crucial, because the roads are coated in snow.\nL’autoroute est fermée à partir de la route 89 (Tanger Oulets Cookstown) ce qui entraîne une congestion majeure en direction nord. #onrc #highway400 pic.twitter.com/cHQwVXbm5u— Mathieu Simard (@mathieusimard) December 19, 2019\nNEWS | Highway 400 shut down south of Barrie following 20 car pile-up. Details: https://t.co/ecfnJBhcYG pic.twitter.com/U5lI1cszHG— NewsTalk 610 CKTB (@610CKTB) December 19, 2019\nMultiple drivers captured the massive line with a video while they were driving southbound on the opposite lane. As you can see, all northbound lanes are absolutely jammed.\nThe police have also shared images of all the towing they are trying to get done on this grey and windy afternoon.\nTRAFFIC ALERT: Multiple collisions on Highway 400. Northbound traffic being redirected off at Highway 88 and southbound traffic at Innisfil Beach Road. Expect heavier volume on local roads. #DriveSafe pic.twitter.com/C30IdW0ngE— South Simcoe Police (@SouthSimcoePS) December 19, 2019\nAt Georgian Downs where cars from the highway 400 crash are being towed. Everywhere you look: tow trucks and dented or smashed vehicles. @CTVBarrieNews pic.twitter.com/NoVE7PsgZa— Aileen Doyle (@aileendoyleCTV) December 19, 2019\nMulti-vehicle crash closes Highway 400 https://t.co/9dlKdhHVin pic.twitter.com/lVYQFMpDqU— OrilliaMatters.com (@orilliamatters) December 19, 2019\nTRAFFIC TROUBLE: A collision reported on Highway 400 northbound north of #Innisfil Beach Rd. Several vehicles involved. Avoid area while emergency crews remain on scene. (Photo via Muskoka 411) pic.twitter.com/oSa4eIonMl— 89.1 Max FM (@891maxfm) December 19, 2019\nSoth Simoce Police even tweeted a warning stating: "Multiple collisions on Highway 400. Northbound traffic being redirected off at Highway 88."\nPolice have reopened the southbound lanes, according to CP24.\nThe northbound lanes are still immobilized as crews work to clear up the roads.If you have the option to, make sure to stay indoors today as the snow continues to fall!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.