I-4 ramps from SR-408 in Orlando reopen after fatal crash – WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando

John Ambrogne, Executive Producer
John Ambrogne, Executive Producer
ORLANDO, Fla – A fatal crash early Friday prompted the closure of the ramps to Interstate 4 from State Road 408 in Orlando, police said.
The wreck was reported around 4:30 a.m. on S.R. 408 west at the I-4 interchange. Details about the crash have not been released.
The ramps to both I-4 east and I-4 west were closed before reopening about six hours later, according to Orlando police.
The closure had major impacts on the morning commute, and police urged drivers to take an alternate route.
Check back for updates.
WB SR-408 to I-4 EB/WB Ramps
– Ramps Westbound are SHUTDOWN
– OPD advised ramps closed for hours
Alt: Continue west and choose OBT/JYP.. many other options #Friday #Traffic #Orlando pic.twitter.com/aw6VwXLOjH
UPDATE: The scene has been cleared and the ramps are back open to traffic. https://t.co/s5UQ84UCyw
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John Ambrogne is an executive producer for News 6 and has been with WKMG-TV since 2012. John graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University and has covered breaking news and major events in Central Florida since 2002.
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