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Several car crashes clogged traffic on Florida’s Turnpike in Martin and St. Lucie counties Friday.
The delays began in Martin County, where two crashes halted traffic for nearly six hours on the northbound lanes in Hobe Sound.
The first crash involved three vehicles, including a rig that was hauling a construction vehicle at 12:28 p.m. at mile marker 124, Florida Highway Patrol spokesman Sgt. Mark Wysocky said.
A tractor-trailer collided with the rig parked on the right shoulder, causing the trailer to separate in front of oncoming traffic. Moments later, a woman driving a Nissan Maxima — trying to avoid the trailer — lost control and overturned, records show.
Two women inside the Nissan and the tractor-trailer driver suffered minor injuries and were taken to area hospitals, Wysocky said..
The second crash at 1:33 p.m. involved a compact car and tractor-trailer at northbound mile marker 121, said Martin County Fire Rescue Bureau Chief of Fire Prevention Doug Killane.
With traffic stopped for the first crash, delays continued as rescue helicopters from Martin and St. Lucie counties flew two people from the second crash to St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Killane said. Several others were taken by ground to area hospitals.
In Palm Beach County, a 3 p.m. crash blocked northbound lanes near the Indiantown Road exit in Jupiter. No one was injured in the crash.
Drivers headed north were diverted to Indiantown Road as officials cleared the wreckage from each scene.
Meanwhile, in St. Lucie County, two crashes stalled southbound turnpike traffic.
The first St. Lucie County crash, at 5:35 p.m., blocked the right lane at mile marker 170, Wysocky said. No one was injured.
A mile north, a two-car crash at 6:07 p.m. blocked all southbound lanes at mile marker 171. One person was flown to the hospital with unknown injuries, Wysocky said.
The southbound lanes reopened about an hour later in St. Lucie County.
All lanes reopened at 7 p.m. in Martin County.
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