I-4 west reopens in Orange County after semi overturns, spills fuel on roadway

I-4 west reopens in Orange County after semi overturns, spills fuel on roadway
The lanes of Interstate 4 west are shutdown in Orange County after firefighters said a semitruck overturned spilling two dozen gallons of fuel on the roadway. (Orange County Fire Rescue)

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — All lanes of Interstate 4 west are back open in Orange County after firefighters said a semitruck overturned, spilling two dozen gallons of fuel on the roadway, closing it for hours.

Orange County firefighters said the crash involving three vehicles happened between Maitland Boulevard and Lee Road.

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They said no one was injured in the crash, and crews worked to remove the cargo from the truck to that it could be turned upright.

Stay tuned to WFTV.com for updates.

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