Clay County, FL (May 27, 2019) - A serious crash was reported on Sunday, May 26th. The crash occurred on State Road 21, near Sharron Road.
Deputies with the Clay County Sheriff's Office were dispatched to the scene in reference to the collision. Serious injuries were reported but there is no information on the current condition of the crash victims. Police have not said how the accident occurred or the number of vehicles involved. The crash caused lanes to be blocked around the area but the roadway has since reopened and traffic has returned to normal.
No additional details have been provided at this time.
Each year, about 250,000 injury accidents are reported in Florida. Many injury accidents cause serious injuries, requiring extended medical treatment, including prolonged hospitalizations, surgeries, and months of rehab and physical therapy in order for crash victims to return to the lives that they enjoyed prior to the accident. Serious crashes come with a cost, both financially and psychologically. You can experience a large loss of income, as well as physical pain and emotional trauma associated with the crash.
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