A 911 tape from a smoke and fog shrouded Florida highway revealed the terror of crashed motorists as they heard cars and trucks smashing into things around them, but unable to see what was happening.
By the end of the call, one woman witnessed or heard a half dozen collisions, can hear injured people crying for help somewhere on the murky highway, and is sobbing into the phone.
Police suspect an arsonist may have started a smokey Florida brush fire that helped blind drivers on Interstate 75 south of Gainesville, turning the highway into a death trap late Saturday night and into Sunday morning as drivers of cars and tractor trailers smashed into each other.
Ten people died and 18 were injured. Several are still in the hospital.
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