Flipped semi-truck, fuel leak on I-295 at Wilson Boulevard causes major delays

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A flipped semi-truck and fuel spill caused major delays on Interstate 295 near Wilson Boulevard on Tuesday morning.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol’s traffic map, troopers were dispatched to I-295 northbound at Wilson Boulevard at around 5:27 a.m.


Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department said on X, formerly known as Twitter, that delays in the area were due to a flipped semi-truck that spilled fuel on the road.

FHP said in a news release that the driver of the semi-truck “was distracted and lost control” of the truck.

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The semi-truck then went off the road and into the shoulder, its right side colliding with the left side of an abandoned SUV.

After that, the semi-truck hit a guard rail, drove down an embankment, and overturned, FHP said.

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