I-95 has reopened in south Volusia County about six hours after a truck overturned Thursday morning, spilling sheet rock and oil onto the road near the Brevard County line.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the driver, 40-year-old Michael Borres of Longwood, lost control of the big rig, causing it to overturn around 9 a.m. near mile marker 235 on the southbound side of the interstate, south of Oak Hill in Volusia County and approaching Scottsmoor in Brevard County.

All southbound lanes were shut down, and traffic was forced off I-95 at Exit 239, in New Smyrna Beach, and redirected onto State Road 44 east to U.S. Highway 1.


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The truck's load, as well as a significant amount of oil, spilled onto the road. It took crews about six hours to clean up the mess, and all lanes were reopened around 3 p.m.

Borres was taken to Halifax Medical Center with minor injuries. Troopers said the crash remained under investigation.

Thursday's crash comes less than 24 hours after another rollover crash on I-95 that killed one person and injured three others south of Rockledge, shutting down the southbound lanes for more than five hours Wednesday.