UPDATE: All Lanes Open On Southbound I-95, SR 528 On Ramp Remains Closed After Monday’s Semi Crash

By  //  January 22, 2018

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Dumy Thelus, 29, remains in critical condition, says FHP

ABOVE VIDEO: A driver of a semi truck has been transported to Holmes Regional and is in critical condition Monday morning after he struck a barrier wall along I-95, south of State Road 528.

**UPDATE**BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Florida Highway Patrol has identified the semi truck driver who crashed Monday morning that was engulfed in flames as 29-year-old Dumy Thelus from Tampa. Thelus remains in critical condition at Orlando Regional Medical Center.

Investigators say the vehicle was traveling eastbound on SR 528 when he attempted to exit onto southbound I-95. When the driver was on the ramp, he lost control of the truck and struck a concrete divider on the ramp.

Troopers say the driver was able to exit the semi on his own as it began to catch fire.

A passing SUV was impacted by the crash after some debris struck the vehicle causing minor damage, FHP says. No one inside the SUV was injured.

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Original Story

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – A driver of a semi truck has been transported to Holmes Regional and is in critical condition Monday morning after he struck a barrier wall along I-95, south of State Road 528.

The result of the crash caused the truck become engulfed in flames and shutdown southbound I-95.

The ramps from State Road 528, both eastbound and westbound, to southbound have also been shutdown Monday morning.

Florida Highway Patrol are advising motorists to use alternate routes and avoid this area.

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