Injuries Reported in Crash on I-95 in Palm Bay, Florida
PALM BAY, FL. – Injuries were reported from a vehicle crash on Interstate 95 in Palm Bay, Florida, according to a news story reported online by floridatoday.com. Little information has been reported about the crash at this time. None of the people involved in the wreck have been identified.*
The crash happened in the early morning on Interstate 95 in Palm Bay. At about 6:50 a.m., a vehicle collision took place at mile marker 174, near the exit for Malabar Road on I-95. No information was reported about the circumstances leading to the crash or the nature of the collision.
It is not clear how many vehicles were involved, and no descriptions of the involved vehicles were released. Florida Highway Patrol responded to the scene and reported that the crash had resulted in injuries. Troopers did not say how many people were injured and did not provide information about the extent of injuries sustained. It is not clear if the injured person or persons required medical transport away from the scene.
No one involved in the wreck has been identified at this time. Troopers did not indicate whether they knew the cause of the accident or suspected any factors that might have led to the collision.
Several lanes of travel on the interstate had to be shut down after the wreck to allow crews to access the scene, perform an investigation, and clear the wreckage. The Florida Department of Transportation reported during this time that traffic was moving slowly in the area.
Florida Highway Patrol is still investigating and has not released additional information at this time.
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