Two Separate Crashes Stop Traffic On I-95 In Deerfield Several people were injured when there are two separate crashes along the same stretch of Interstate 95 in Deerfield Beach.

Several people were injured in two separate crashes along the same stretch of Interstate 95 in Deerfield Beach.

According to a spokesperson for the Florida Highway Patrol, the first crash happened near the Southwest 10th Street exit on northbound  Interstate 95.

Multiple vehicles were involved in the accident and some of the vehicles were seen to be completely totaled.

A Broward County Sheriff’s deputy was involved in the second crash in the southbound lanes. Thankfully, the deputy was not hurt according to troopers.

Both crashes affected traffic on southbound and northbound lanes of I-95 at Southwest 10th Street for several hours.

Several lanes were closed due to the separate crashes but all lanes have since reopened.

Details of the parties involved in the crash are yet to be released by the authorities. No further details were given to the public at the time of compiling this report.


Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a serious accident that led to persons sustaining injuries. In this case, it was not reported who was at fault.  This is the best time to consult with a personal injury attorney to investigate the accident and help to determine who is at fault.  This will be your best chance of recovering the compensation you deserve. ”

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