PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — All southbound lanes of Interstate 95 in Port St. Lucie are back open Friday evening after being shut down much of the day.
The wreck occurred about 3:30 a.m.
Police said a wreck involving two tractor-trailers caused traffic to be diverted to the Southwest Gatlin Boulevard exit for more than 12 hours.
A fuel leak occurred from one of the semis.
Video showed the crash caused a fiery scene, but no one was hurt.
Officials tweeted just before 6:30 p.m. that the right shoulder is still blocked by the crash.
BREAKING: I-95 SB reopenes in St. Lucie county SB Between Gatlin Blvd & Becker Rd. All traffic was shut down for over 12 hours due to a multiple tractor-trailer crash and fire. The right shoulder is still blocked by the crash scene #MoveOver@PSLPolice @StLucieGOV @FHPPalmBeach pic.twitter.com/wQP6AjIhIv— TotalTraffic WPB / TC (@TotalTrafficWPB) February 12, 2021