ORLANDO, Fla. - The entrance to the 408 at Division Avenue has reopened after a crane toppled Wednesday morning at the intersection near Gore Street, the Orlando police department said.
The SR 408 West on-ramp, where the crane toppled earlier this morning, is now open at Division. pic.twitter.com/n2j5NtJk1z— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) December 20, 2017
Police said no one was hurt and that ramp closures were already anticipated for the area.
The crane operator was strapped in and wearing all of his safety equipment, but was still taken to the hospital as a precaution.
Other construction workers helped the man get out of the crane.
The westbound ramp from Division Avenue was closed as crews work to get the crane upright.
WATCH: Crane toppled on Division Avenue near State Road 408 ramp
As far as when the crane will be removed, crews said they can't rush the process for safety reasons.
RIGHT NOW --> Crews are trying to get a fallen construction crane up after FDOT says it toppled over. This is near Division Ave at Gore Street. Live details from the ground at 7:30AM on #TV27 @WFTV @WFTVTraffic pic.twitter.com/Z1XPk41HbM— Sarahbeth Ackerman (@SAckermanWFTV) December 20, 2017
The crane operator was preparing an operation for some overnight work when the crane tipped over, officials said.
There was no damage to any of the construction work that was already done, but some power lines were impacted.
Power in the area was knocked out briefly.
The area has been under construction for the I-4 Ultimate project.
Orlando police are at the scene and SGL is investigating.
No other details were released.
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— Sarahbeth Ackerman (@SAckermanWFTV) December 20, 2017
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