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SEMI CRASH ON I-10 SPILLS MILK, CAUSES GRIDLOCK OUT OF JACKSONVILLE

 A morning crash on westbound I-10 near U.S. 301 caused delays out of Jacksonville for multiple hours and left a huge mess to clean up.

Florida Highway Patrol says one of the semi trucks involved in this morning’s crash was hauling milk. Troopers were investigating what caused the crash and cleaning up the milk cartons.

A preliminary crash report shows the crash happened around 6:45 a.m. and involved three semi trucks. One truck had become disabled and the driver who was trailing behind could not stop in time.

A third semi-truck driver was unable to avoid hitting the other vehicles. The crash report indicates charges are pending further investigation. No injuries were reported to any of the drivers involved in the crash.

 

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Here’s a look at traffic inching by on I-10 WB. Wreckers have arrived to remove tractor trailers blocking lanes. No injuries reported @ActionNewsJax @WOKVNews @ActionTraffic

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Here’s a look at the wreckers towing the teal tractor trailer on I-10. This semi had gallons of almond milk onboard @ActionNewsJax @WOKVNews @ActionTraffic

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Crews are currently cleaning up spilled almond milk on I-10. FHP tells us they got the call just before 7am @ActionNewsJax

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