TITUSVILLE, Fla. - A jackknifed tractor-trailer caused I-95 northbound in Titusville at mile marker 212 to shut down, according to the Florida Highway Patrol’s website.
One lane has since reopened.
There was heavy traffic on the southbound lanes.
Investigators said a fuel tanker and a tractor-trailer hauling tomatoes collided.
Neither driver was injured, but fuel spilled on the road.
FHP said it appears the driver of the tanker collided with the produce truck as he was trying to get onto I-95.
Tractor-trailer, fuel tanker collide on I-95 in Titusville
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