I-4 reopens after deadly crash near Deltona

10 a.m. Update:

VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. — The roadway has reopened, according to Florida Highway Patrol.

FHP said a 25-year-old Casselberry man died in the crash.

Investigators said he was driving a 2007 Ford Ranger pickup truck on Interstate 4, traveling westbound in the center lane.

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Troopers said he lost control of the truck, which overturned onto the right shoulder of the roadway.

The man was ejected from the vehicle, which continued traveling across the westbound entrance ramp from Dirksen Drive before crashing into a guard rail.

Troopers said the driver, whose name has not been released, died at the crash site.

The crash remains under investigation.

Original story:

Troopers are at the scene of a deadly crash along Interstate 4 in Volusia County.


The crash happened around 6 a.m. Wednesday in the area of mile marker 108 near Deltona, according to Florida Highway Patrol’s website.

FHP said the crash was on the westbound side of I-4 and reported roadblock in the area.

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Florida Department of Transportation cameras showed traffic moving slowly past the crash, which appeared to be along the westbound on-ramp to I-4.

Channel 9 has a crew heading to the area of the crash and is monitoring possible traffic impacts.

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