Fla. Highway Patrol Defends Reopening I-75 GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Conditions were clear enough when authorities decided to reopen a section of Interstate 75 where 10 people were later killed in two pileups amid thick smoke from a 62-acre brushfire and fog, the Florida Highway Patrol said Monday.

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