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UPDATE: Traffic moving again following tractor-trailer crash on I-10

Posted at 4:48 PM, Jul 08, 2024

UPDATE: 6:05 P.M.

FHP sent ABC 27 a report on what happened during the crash. Read the report below:

A Single vehicle (Semi/trailer) crash occurred on Interstate 10 westbound in the area of mile marker 197. The Semi was in the middle lane attempting to move into the outside lane. The driver of the Semi lost control and began to jackknife. This is when the Semi collided with the concrete barrier in the middle median. After collision, the Semi reentered onto the roadway a crossed all three lanes of travel before coming to a final rest. The Semi was blocking both the outside and middle lanes of travel. The driver was transported by Emergency personal and treated for minor injuries. Florida Highway Patrol was assisted by Leon County Sheriff’s Office, Leon County EMS, Leon County Fire/Rescue, FDOT, and the Department of Environmental Protection (Fuel Leak from crash).

UPDATE 5:35 P.M.

Lanes are clear. Traffic is moving again.


Traffic came to a standstill on Interstate 10 westbound Monday afternoon following a crash involving a tractor-trailer. Watch the video above to see the crash scene.

According to FL 511, the crash happened at mile marker 196.6. This is between the exit for Capital Circle and North Monroe Street.

Clean up crews could be seen removing the truck from the main road, but traffic came to a stop around 4:45 p.m. as Florida Highway Patrol continued investigating.

ABC 27 is working to confirm what led the crash. FHP was dispatched to the scene just before 4 p.m. Monday. Traffic is moving smoothly on the eastbound side. Traffic on the westbound side could be seen backing up all the way to Thomasville Road.