Loose livestock cause closure of I-75
This image from the traffic camera at 2:39 p.m. Saturday shows the backup along I-75 near Newberry Road in Gainesville.
For a few hours Saturday afternoon, I-75 was closed in both directions after a cattle car transport crash on southbound I-75 near mile marker 387. Florida Highway Patrol and Alachua County Sheriff’s officers were on scene and attempting to clean up the site and get traffic moving again.
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