Interstate-4 is behind open westbound in Osceola County after an early-morning pile-up that sent a Florida Highway Patrol guard and a Department of Transportation workman to a hospital.
The pile-up happened only after midnight Monday, causing a fuel brief that kept a widespread close down before a exit to U.S. Highway 192 until only before 5:30 a.m.
Investigators pronounced a almost plowed into an FDOT car that, coincidentally, is famous as a “crash truck,” given it follows crews to pile-up scenes on a interstate. It had a amber lights on and an activated arrow board.
The behind of a lorry was exceedingly damaged, and a motorist was taken to Celebration Hospital with teenager injuries.
After a almost strike a pile-up truck, it afterwards slammed into an FHP cruiser that was stationed during a site. It also had a puncture lights flashing.
The trooper, identified as Carlos Alves-Ferrer, was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center, also with teenager injuries. He has given been released.
The pile-up happened about a half-mile west of a bustling construction site along I-4, nearby a World Drive-Celebration exit.
Officials are questioning how a almost driver, Lucumy Ramierz of Miami, missed all of a flashing lights. He was uninjured in a pile-up and was ticketed for drifting driving.
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