I-4 reopens after crash causes semi to spill granite on interstate

At least 2 people injured

Officials have reopened a portion of westbound Interstate 4 after a semitruck overturned and spilled granite onto the road Tuesday evening.
Officials have reopened a portion of westbound Interstate 4 after a semitruck overturned and spilled granite onto the road Tuesday evening. (Orlando Police Department)

ORLANDO, Fla. – Officials have reopened a portion of westbound Interstate 4 after a semitruck overturned and spilled granite onto the road Tuesday evening.

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Westbound was diverted to Michigan Avenue and State Road 408.

Records show at least two people in a sedan were hurt in a crash in the area, one of whom is in critical condition. It’s unclear if anyone in the semi was injured.

Pictures tweeted by the police department show the big rig on its side and a black car with its front end smashed and airbags deployed.