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Violent crash halts U.S. 19 traffic

FHP troopers are investigating a multiple vehicle accident on southbound US 19 just above Curlew Rd. late Tuesday afternoon. One of the vehicles was towing a large dump trailer which became disconnected and was facing the wrong way after the crashes. All southbound traffic was blocked for awhile.

JIM DAMASKE | Times

FHP troopers are investigating a multiple vehicle accident on southbound US 19 just above Curlew Rd. late Tuesday afternoon. One of the vehicles was towing a large dump trailer which became disconnected and was facing the wrong way after the crashes. All southbound traffic was blocked for awhile.

JIM DAMASKE | Times

A multivehicle crash late Tuesday afternoon on U.S. 19 north of Curlew Road blocked all southbound lanes of the roadway. About 90 minutes after the crash, one lane of U.S. 19 had reopened while authorities continued to investigate, the Florida Highway Patrol said. No other information was available.

Violent crash halts U.S. 19 traffic 07/22/14 [Last modified: Tuesday, July 22, 2014 11:33pm]
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