SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - The eastbound lanes of Interstate 4 were shut down Monday morning after a fatal crash involving two cars and two motorcycles.
The accident happened at 12:30 a.m. in between the I-4 rest area and the exit for Lake Mary Boulevard.
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Florida Highway Patrol said a crash between two cars caused the drivers to change lanes and collide with the two motorcycles. Troopers said both motorcyclists were ejected from their bikes in the crash.
Troopers said one of the motorcyclists, a woman from Indiana, died on the scene. The other, a man from Indiana, was transported to Central Florida Regional Hospital with critical injuries.
FHP said charges are pending against the driver that caused the crash.
The road reopened around 8 a.m.
6:10am UPDATE: @FHPOrlando says 2 motorcycles involved according to @QMcCrayWFTV.— Racquel Asa (@RAsaWFTV) March 11, 2019
DELAYS: Traffic still diverted off I-4 Eastbound at SR-434 in #Longwood.
ALTERNATE: 17/92 to Lake Mary Blvd to I-4 Eastbound. @WFTV pic.twitter.com/vjWia0n1nZ
BREAKING #I4: Crash has I-4 Eastbound CLOSED at SR-434 in #Longwood. Crash is a couple miles up the road before #LakeMary Blvd.— Racquel Asa (@RAsaWFTV) March 11, 2019
ALTERNATE: Enter I-4 Eastbound at Lake Mary Blvd. Traffic diverted at SR-434. @QMcCrayWFTV is on the story this morning on @WFTV NOW pic.twitter.com/EXUtqHR0eH
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