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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A driver had to be airlifted to a local hospital after his car ended up under a fuel tanker on I-75 Friday afternoon.

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Firefighters had to remove the roof of the car using the ‘Jaws of Life’ to get to the driver, who was transported to Broward Health in Fort Lauderdale with life-threatening injuries.

It is unclear if anyone else was injured in the crash

CBS Chopper4 was over the scene of the crash, which had blocked all southbound lanes of I-75 near Royal Palm Blvd, shortly after 2 p.m.

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Images showed several fire rescue units, the fuel tanker truck, and a badly-damaged silver compact car.

No fuel leaked from the tanker truck, which may require the fuel to be off-loaded, authorities said.

Friday afternoon, authorities announced all lanes had reopened.

The accident caused traffic delays in both directions.

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The Florida Highway Patrol will be investigating the cause of the crash.