Brevard County, FL (January 13, 2019) - A multi-car accident on I-95 left three people in serious condition. The crash took place on Interstate 95 near mile marker 230 on Saturday, January 12th.
Authorities with the Brevard County Fire Rescue were dispatched to the crash scene around 7:00 pm. Multiple vehicles were involved in the collision though it is unclear exactly how it took place. Workers assessed the situation and determined that three people involved in the accident had sustained serious injuries. They were airlifted from the crash to a nearby hospital. There is no update on their condition at this time and none of the victims have been identified.
All lanes of the roadway were temporarily blocked while police remained on scene to investigate. No further information is available at this time.
About 30 crashes take place each hour throughout Florida. Many of these crashes will occur on highways. A highway crash may be catastrophic and cause severe injuries as a result of the speed of vehicles involved and the relative congestion of the highway compared to other public streets. For this reason, multiple vehicles are also likely to be affected in a highway collision.
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