Lanes of I-95 reopen after truck overturns, spills pipes

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VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. - Florida Highway Patrol troopers have reopened all lanes of Interstate 95 in the Ormond Beach area after a truck carrying a load of sewage pipes overturned Thursday.

It's unclear what caused the truck to overturn about 9:45 a.m. The crash caused traffic delays in both directions just north of LPGA Boulevard.

The wreck left several large pipes in the median, and officials said crews worked much of the day to clean up the mess.

Troopers said the big rig driver, Billy Bright of Largo, may have been cut off by another driver who left the scene.

On the rainy road, the truck driver said he couldn't keep control and he took evasive action to avoid a crash with the other vehicle.

No one was injured in the crash.

Troopers did not have a description of the car that cut the truck driver off.

Officials said one of the pipes from the accidents struck another vehicle. That driver was not hurt.

The roadway was cleared by 3:30 p.m.