Multi-vehicle crash shuts down part of I-95 NB near north Miami

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FL — A section of northbound Interstate 95 near north Miami was blocked for hours early Sunday afternoon following a collision, according to FL511 Southeast.

The accident occurred at Northeast 203rd Street/Ives Dairy Road and was first reported some time before 8:46 a.m.

Little information has been made available, but only the onramp’s right lane was initially closed. By 10:05 a.m. officials announced that the entire ramp was shut down. As emergency vehicles responded to the scene at 10:52 a.m., all northbound lanes in the area were also blocked.

The closure remained in place for nearly four hours, indicating a major crash and a more involved emergency response, but officials have not released any details about the conditions of those involved.

By 12:44 p.m., crews had cleared out of the area and all travel lanes were reopened to the public.

This blog will be updated in the event that more information is disclosed.

The Miami car accident lawyers of Schuler, Weisser, Zoeller, Overbeck & Baxter P.A. have provided this story for informational purposes only, and it should not be construed as legal advice. However, if you or someone you love has been injured in a collision that was someone else’s fault, we would like to discuss your options for pursuing financial compensation at your convenience. Contact our offices today for a free consultation, by calling 561.689.8180 or filling out our online contact form.

Last Updated : March 14, 2024

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