Jacksonville, FL - Southbound traffic on I-95 through St. Johns County was backed up for ten hours through the overnight Friday, following a crash that involved multiple vehicles.
The driver of a Lexus, who lives in Washington, D.C., was cited for driving too fast for conditions according to Florida Highway Patrol. He was in the left lane of I-95 when his vehicle hydroplaned and struck the inside guardrail. The vehicle then hit a semi truck, and that truck collided with another semi.
All three drivers had only minor injuries. Two southbound lanes were blocked from the time of the crash, around 9:30 pm, through early this morning.
This a look at the crash involving 2 semitrailers and a car on I-95 in St. Johns County, just past CR 210. FHP says at least one driver was hurt but is expected to be OK @ActionNewsJax @ActionTraffic @WOKVNews pic.twitter.com/DCLhW6YTGn— Alicia Tarancon (@AliciaANJax) September 20, 2019
CRASH: On I-95 SB after CR-210 still taking out the 2 right lanes. US 1 is your alternate. #WOKVtraffic— Brian Reilly (@Brian_WOKV) September 20, 2019