A crash involving a semi-truck and a car had westbound lanes of Interstate 10 near McDuff Avenue shut down for several hours on Monday afternoon.
Just before 12:30, the semi-truck was westbound in the inside lane passing McDuff, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
A sedan was traveling westbound in the center lane. The driver of the semi-truck did not see the sedan, FHP said, and began to change lanes, colliding with the left side of the sedan.
The semi-truck veered back into the inside lane, lost control of the vehicle and then hit the concrete barrier wall.
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The sedan went across all westbound lanes and into the grassy shoulder on the outside lane.
The crash caused a fuel spill of at least 40 gallons. FHP said the concrete barrier wall is being repaired and the fuel spill is being cleaned up.