I-95 reopens Friday morning after semitruck-involved crash in St. Johns County

All lanes reopen on I-95 S

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla — 7:57 a.m. Friday update: All southbound lanes have reopened.

7:05 a.m. Friday update: Crews are reopening the center southbound lane on I-95 after CR 210. There is s still a four-mile back up.

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5 a.m. Friday update: According to the Troop Watch supervisor of St. Johns County, two semitrucks and a car were involved in a crash Thursday night on I-95 South, beyond County Road 210, blocking all southbound lanes in the area.

On Friday morning, one southbound lane has opened, but two other lanes remain closed as crews clean up the area.

Officials say one of the semitruck drivers was injured in the crash and was taken to a Memorial hospital in Jacksonville. The injuries are not life-threatening.

CRASH: 2 lanes blocked on I-95 S beyond CR-210 in St. Johns County

A major crash from Thursday night is still causing traffic delays in St. Johns County this morning on I-95 S beyond CR-210. Two lanes remain closed. (NO AUDIO) One person is hurt: http://bit.ly/2M2oZAR

Posted by Action News Jax on Friday, September 20, 2019
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All southbound lanes of I-95 are closed Thursday night in St. Augustine due to a crash involving two semitrucks, according to Florida Highway Patrol.

FHP reported injuries.

Take an alternative route.