Car Hauler Fire Shuts Down I-10 Exit Ramp

June 24, 2022

A car hauler fire closed an I-10 ramp Thursday afternoon.

The Florida Highway Patrol said the semi-truck was exiting I-10 to Davis Highway when the rear brakes of the truck caught fire. The driver, a 56-year old man from Miami, pulled over to the exit ramp shoulder. The fire spread to a reported four vehicles on the trailer before it was extinguished by Escambia Fire Rescue.

The exit ramp was closed for about an hour.

There were no injuries reported.

Comments

3 Responses to “Car Hauler Fire Shuts Down I-10 Exit Ramp”

  1. Susie on June 24th, 2022 11:24 am

    Thank you Escambia Fire Rescue! Glad it didn’t get down on Davis. What a mess that would have been. Glad everyone is ok. We have the BEST First Responders! God bless each and every one of them.

  2. SueB on June 24th, 2022 10:55 am

    Years of being a truck driver, knowing what to do in emergency, etc. Do you think an 18 year old would know what to do?

  3. concerned on June 24th, 2022 7:19 am

    that’s a hard job right there must be one heck of a driver he got the rig in a safe place no one was hurt
    I hope his boss gives him a raise. good drivers like this is hard to find. job well done ( sir )





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