Palm Beach, FL (November 2, 2018) - A multi-vehicle crash occurred on I-95 in Palm Beach, near Exit 79A. The crash took place around 4:40 pm on Friday, November 2nd.
Police say that a total of 12 vehicles were involved in the accident. The Palm Beach Gardens Fire Rescue unit responded to the crash scene following a dispatch. Three people involved in the accident were sent to the hospital with injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening. There is no word at this time on what caused the accident.
The road was blocked for a period of time while police investigated but has since been re-opened.
The crash happened at approximately 4:40 p.m. in Palm Beach on I-95 North before Exit 79A, PGA Blvd East.
According to Deputy Chief of Operations Shon Broedell, of Palm Beach Gardens Fire Rescue, there were 12 vehicles involved. Three people were transported to the hospital with minor injuries.
All lanes are now open.
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