I-95 Southbound Lanes Reopened After Semi Rollover

By  //  March 12, 2015

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I-95 southbound lanes have re-opened as a result of a semitruck rollover crash on I-95. Southbound traffic was halted just north of the Brevard-Volusia County line Thursday morning. (Image by Volusia County Professional Firefighters Association)

BREVARD COUNTY • OAK HILL, FLORIDA – I-95 southbound lanes have re-opened as a result of a semi-truck rollover crash on I-95 Thursday morning, according to Florida Highway Patrol.

Southbound traffic was halted just north of the Brevard-Volusia County line.

The semitruck overturned and crashed around 9 a.m. near mile marker 235 on the southbound side of I-95, south of Oak Hill in Volusia County and approaching Scottsmoor in Brevard County.

The driver of the truck was carrying sheet rock and lost control causing the semi to overturn, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

The driver sustained minor injuries.


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