Cantonment, FL (October 12, 2018) - A crash between two trucks in Cantonment led to a rollover and injuries to one person. The crash took place near the intersection of Madrid and Muscogee Roads on Thursday afternoon, October 11th.
Police say that a Dodge Ram pickup truck collided with an 18 wheeler truck. The 18 wheeler was hauling sod at the time of the crash. The force of the impact caused the Dodge to overturn and come to rest in a ditch. EMS were on scene to transport the driver of the Dodge to a nearby hospital. There is no word at this time on the extent of injuries sustained. Police have not stated how the accident occurred.
The Florida Highway Patrol is in charge of the crash investigation. The accident is still being reviewed and there is no more information available at this time.
Florida truck accidents often result in devastating injuries. Due to sheer size of 18 wheelers and other commercial vehicles, it is an unfortunate fact that many crashes involving these vehicles will be serious or even fatal. We certainly hope that the driver injured in this crash will have a full recovery from their injuries.
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