HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FL – A crash involving a mail truck impacted traffic in Hillsborough County early Monday morning, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
The Florida Highway Patrol said the driver of a semi-trailer truck carrying U.S. mail lost control of the vehicle while trying to exit from Interstate 4 onto Interstate 275 just before 4 a.m.
The truck jackknifed, hit the walls of a concrete barrier and then came to a stop. The incident left both lanes of the I-4 exit ramp blocked before the truck was removed at about 5:40 a.m.
The driver, a 58-year-old Jacksonville man, sustained minor injuries in the crash. Troopers said the mail in the truck remained secure.
Among all types of motor vehicles, car accidents, and trucking accident cases on Florida roads, semi-truck accidents cause the most physical and financial damage. At Kemp, Ruge and Green, our Hillsborough County Truck Accident lawyers understand the devastation of semi-truck and commercial vehicle accidents and can help pursue the compensation you deserve if you have been injured in an accident involving these vehicles. To learn more about how we can help, get started with a free consultation by calling us at 727-325-5512.
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