BALDWIN, Fla. — Part of a North Florida interstate was shut down Tuesday morning after a truck spill created a milky mess.
The crash, which involved three semis, happened at about 6:45 a.m. on Interstate 10 just outside Jacksonville.
Officials said it was caused by a semi driver who suffered a medical problem and merged toward the emergency lane.
A second tractor-trailer crashed into that truck's trailer, and then a third big rig collided with both vehicles.
None of the drivers were injured.
As of 1 p.m., I-10 westbound is still shutdown in the area.