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Four killed after big rig plows through previous crash site on I-95


The Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) is investigating a multiple fatality crash that occurred on I-95 on Monday morning in Fellsmere.

The crash occurred around 2 a.m. on Monday, July 1, in Indian River County, Florida.

Officials say that a Toyota Camry rear-ended a Suzuki Vitara on northbound I-95, leaving both vehicles disabled in the roadway.

A northbound Dodge Journey then hit the Suzuki, causing it to spin and come to a stop perpendicular with the roadway.

The Camry and Suzuki driver got out to help the six people inside the Dodge.

A Freightliner driven by a 63 year old Miami resident was also northbound on I-95. The truck crashed into the Dodge, causing one occupant to be ejected. The Freightliner then hit the Camry and Suzuki drivers, killing them.

The semi came to a stop in the median.

A Chrysler driver, also northbound on I-95, struck the Camry.

A seven year old boy and the 40 year old driver of the Dodge died in the crash.

The two occupants of the Chrysler and four passengers from the Dodge were hospitalized with various injuries.

The truck driver was not injured.

The crash is under investigation.


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