Southbound Lanes of I-95 Reopen in Pompano Beach After Woman Fatally Struck by Car - NBC 6 South Florida

Southbound Lanes of I-95 Reopen in Pompano Beach After Woman Fatally Struck by Car

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    Woman Fatally Hit by Car Along I-95 in Broward

    Officials have not said why the victim was in the roadway near Pompano Beach early Friday morning.

    (Published Friday, Dec. 7, 2018)

    What to Know

    • Florida Highway Patrol officials told NBC 6 the incident took place near Atlantic Boulevard in Pompano Beach before 2 a.m.

    All southbound lanes for a portion of I-95 in Broward County have reopened hours after a fatal overnight incident where a woman was struck and killed.

    Florida Highway Patrol officials told NBC 6 the incident took place near Atlantic Boulevard in Pompano Beach, confirming the victim had died after being hit by at least one vehicle but not confirming additional details.

    Witnesses say the incident occured before 2 a.m.

    Officials closed the roadway for over six hours as they continued their investigation, reopening the lanes shortly after 8 a.m. Drivers are still advised to seek alternate routes as delays will continue through the morning rush hour.

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