MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Lanes on the Julia Tuttle Causeway (I-195) were closed off to traffic during the Wednesday morning rush as police investigating a deadly accident.READ MORE: Activists Say Hundreds Of Cuban Protesters Have Been Arrested Since Anti-Regime Demonstrations Broke Out
The lanes have since been reopened.
Florida Highway Patrol said a Porsche Panamera and Honda Civic were on I-195, just before US-1/Biscayne Boulevard, when the Civic slammed into a guardrail, spun out and hit the Porsche.
The drivers from the two cars, a man and a woman, got out after the crash only to be struck by a Hyundai SUV just after 5 a.m., troopers said.READ MORE: Broward County School Board Votes Unanimously To Make Mask Use Mandatory For Start Of School Year
The woman who had been driving the Civic died. The man who was a passenger in the Porsche was airlifted to Mount Sinai Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The driver of the Porsche was also checked out.
Troopers said the Hyundai stayed at the scene following the crash.
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Florida Highway Patrol said the incident is also a lesson to those who are ever involved in an accident. They ask anyone involved in a crash to not stand out in the moving lanes of traffic.