Fire crews dispatched to semi fire in Fort Pierce

FORT PIERCE, FL – Fire crews were summoned to a semi-truck fire reported on the southbound lanes of Florida’s Turnpike after 4 a.m. Tuesday. 

According to CBS 12, fire crews and other first responders closed all southbound lanes to accommodate the scene clearance and investigation process. 

It is not immediately clear if the fire was caused by a crash or mechanical issues. In addition, officials did not specify if anyone was injured. 

Updates will be posted as our newsroom learns more. 

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Last Updated : May 28, 2024

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