43-car pileup wreaks havoc on SR 408 in Orange County

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43-car pileup wreaks havoc on SR 408 in Orange County

SR 408 in Orange County reopens after 43-car pileup

AGO. LUAN TRAFFIC IS FINALLY BACK UP AND MOVING ALONG THE 408 TONIGHT. THIS IS AFTER A 43 CAR PILEUP CAUSED SOME DELAYS FOR DRIVERS. CHOPPER 2 WAS UP OVER THE SCENE THIS AFTNOONER. SEVERAL CRASHES HAPPENED JUST BEREFO 5:00 P.M. ON CONWAY TOLL PLAZA NEAR SR 436. ALL WESTBOUND LANES WERE BLOCKED

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SR 408 in Orange County reopens after 43-car pileup

UPDATE: SR 408 is back open Friday night as multiple agencies worked to clear the scene, according to Orlando PD.A 43-car pileup on westbound State Road 408 in Orange County caused significant delays for drivers on their Friday evening commute. Multiple crashes happened just before 5 p.m. on Conway Toll Plaza near SR 436. Initial reports said 20 cars crashed, but as crews arrived they found about another two dozen cars involved.Only minor injuries were reported and one person was sent to the hospital, according to Orlando Fire.Traffic was backed up beyond Semoran Boulevard for hours while all westbound lanes were blocked.The express and E-Pass lanes had closed but are now open.

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. —

UPDATE: SR 408 is back open Friday night as multiple agencies worked to clear the scene, according to Orlando PD.

A 43-car pileup on westbound State Road 408 in Orange County caused significant delays for drivers on their Friday evening commute.

Multiple crashes happened just before 5 p.m. on Conway Toll Plaza near SR 436.

Initial reports said 20 cars crashed, but as crews arrived they found about another two dozen cars involved.

Only minor injuries were reported and one person was sent to the hospital, according to Orlando Fire.

Traffic was backed up beyond Semoran Boulevard for hours while all westbound lanes were blocked.

The express and E-Pass lanes had closed but are now open.

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