While forestry crews fight muck fire, others recall night of crash
Though traffic is flowing in both the north and southbound lanes of I-75, law enforcement officials continue their investigation into the multiple-vehicle crash that killed 10 people. On Monday forestry workers could be seen watering the muck fire on
Cars braking during dense smoke on I-75 on the night of the multi-vehicle accident (photo by UF student Ronny Herrera at the scene)
Payne’s Prairie that caused the smokey conditions the night of the crash. Meanwhile, residents and travelers near the site of the crash recall reaching out to help those who were injured. Jordan Matich reports:
From the First at Five Newscast, Bailey Myers reports (video by Luis Giraldo):
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