Dump truck halfway over concrete barrier causes I-4 delays

- A dump truck wound up on top of a concrete barrier during the Wednesday morning commute, causing slowdowns on Interstate 4 in Tampa.

The accident occurred near 40th Street and led to a traffic back-up in the eastbound lanes of I-4. The dump truck has since been removed from the barrier. The ramp for the Selmon Expressway was closed during the removal process, but has since reopened.

The cause of the crash is still under investigation, but the view from SkyFOX showed the dump truck halfway over the barrier. Injuries are unknown.

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