Crash blocks all lanes of I-95 near border of Florida, Georgia

At least 2 dead, additional 12 patients hospitalized for treatment

Photo of crash on I-95.

CAMDEN COUNTY, Ga. – At least two people are dead in a crash that closed lanes of traffic on I-95 in Camden County, according to the Georgia State Patrol. At least 12 others have been hospitalized for injuries, UF Health spokesperson said.

The crash is on I-95 south at St. Marys Road. Both northbound and southbound lanes were blocked, according to News 6 partner WJXT.

[TRENDING: Intruders shoot, critically wound woman at home near Winter Park, deputies say | Tropical Storm Bonnie forms in the Caribbean | Become a News 6 Insider (it’s free!)]

The crash occurred near the Georgia Welcome Center. Two semitrailers were involved, one of which is believed to be a moving truck, and multiple cars.

The nearby Kings Bay Naval Station is provided hospital assistance, and the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office is also helping with the rescue efforts.

Click below for a live look from the Department of Transportation camera near the border.

Get today’s headlines in minutes with Your Florida Daily:

About the Author:

Award-winning broadcast and multimedia journalist with 20 years experience.