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04 Jan 2019 | 11:55 AM UTC

US: Interstate 75 reopens January 4 following crash in Alachua county /update 1

Interstate 75 reopens January 4 following deadly crash in Alachua county which left seven dead on January 3; lingering delays reported on I-75



Interstate 75 has been reopened to traffic as of Friday morning (local time), January 4, following a vehicle crash on the highway in Alachua county (Florida), near Gainesville, which left seven people dead on Thursday, January 3. According to local reports, two southbound lanes of I-75 has been reopened in the area, as well as all northbound lanes. Authorities have advised motorists to anticipate significant lingering delays near the scene of the crash or use alternate routes.


Individuals traveling through the Gainesville area via I-75 are advised to monitor the situation, anticipate residual traffic delays, and seek alternate routes if necessary.

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