NORTH MIAMI, FLA. (WSVN) - An investigation is underway after a fatal crash in North Miami temporarily caused all northbound lanes of Interstate 95 to shut down, Monday morning.
Rescue crews were on the scene of I-95 northbound, just before the Northwest 135th Street exit where two trucks and a car collided. By 2 p.m., all of the northbound lanes were reopened, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Cars traveling northbound were funneled off the highway by officials at the 125th Street exit for hours as crews worked to clear the scene.
According to officials, at around 8 a.m., a black car slammed into the wall in the express lanes. A cement truck and a tractor-trailer were also involved in the collision, police said.
7Skyforce flew over the scene as one person was being wheeled into the back of an ambulance and transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital.
According to officials, one person died and three others were transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital in critical condition.
An 18-wheeler could also be seen stopped along the highway from which crews had to clean up a fuel spill. At this point, it is unknown how the 18-wheeler was involved.
Officials continue to investigate what caused the crash.
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