Tesla slams into FDOT Road Rangers stopped for a crash on I-95
MIAMI, Fla. — A person behind the wheel of a Tesla sedan slammed into a Florida Department of Transportation Road Ranger on Interstate 95, officials said.
The Road Ranger was blocking the left northbound express lane of I-95 near NW 103 Street in Miami. A black Tesla heading north slammed into the back of the pick-up truck that had two people inside.
The two Road Rangers were taken to Jackson North with non-life-threatening-injuries and the Tesla driver was brought to Ryder Trauma with severe, but non-life-threatening-injuries.
Traffic cones, emergency lights and an arrow board were all being used by the Road Rangers before the crash.
Florida law requires drivers to move over a lane — when safe to do so — for stopped law enforcement, emergency, sanitation, utility service, tow trucks, and traffic crashes. If you can’t move over, drivers should slow down to 20 MPH or less.
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