A Florida Highway Patrol guard and a Florida Department of Transportation workman were harmed Monday morning in a crash involving a tractor-trailer on Interstate 4 in Osceola County.
The FHP pronounced a tractor-trailer, driven by Lucumy Ramirez, strike a FDOT lorry and a trooper’s unit automobile on westbound I-4 nearby Osceola Parkway.
Trooper Carlos Alves-Ferrer and FDOT workman Christopher Elam were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. Trooper Alves-Ferrer was treated for his injuries and expelled from a hospital. The large supply motorist was not hurt.
The pile-up forced officials to tighten westbound lanes for a integrate hours Monday morning, though troopers have given reopened a interstate.
According to a FHP, a construction lorry and unit automobile were both stopped in a right line of I-4 with puncture lights activated.
Troopers pronounced Ramirez unsuccessful to stop or change lanes as he approached a construction lorry and unit car.
The tractor-trailer struck a construction lorry afterwards a unit automobile before it came to rest in a center of I-4, according to a FHP.
Ramirez was ticketed for drifting driving.
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