I-95 Northbound Lane Closed At Palm Coast

By  //  December 24, 2013

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traffic is being detoured onto SR 100

FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA – Be aware that if your Christmas holiday travels take you north on I-95 today, the Florida Highway Patrol said I-95 North in Palm Coast (mile marker 291) will remain closed for at least the next 24 hours as a result of a tanker crash this morning around 5 a.m. that seriously damaged the highway.

Be aware that if you are traveling north on I-95 today that the Florida Highway Patrol said I-95 North in Palm Coast (mile marker 291) will remain closed for at least the next 24 hours as a result of a tanker crash this morning around 5 a.m. that seriously damaged the highway.

Be aware that if you are traveling north on I-95 today that the Florida Highway Patrol said I-95 North in Palm Coast (mile marker 291) will remain closed for at least the next 24 hours as a result of a tanker crash this morning around 5 a.m. that seriously damaged the highway.

I-95 north traffic is being detoured onto SR 100 to US 1 North, and then back to I-95 north.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the tanker truck was killed when a tractor trailer collided and the tanker overturned and bust into flames. The driver of the tractor trailer suffered minor injuries.

Road crews are doing emergency repairs to the roadway, including repaving because the intense heat  and fire damage caused to the pavement.

Neither truck driver’s identities were released by FHP.

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