Clay County, FL - Six People, Including Infant, Hurt in Crash on Blanding Boulevard
By: FL Accident News Blog as Blog Post
Clay County, FL (December 17, 2018) - A serious crash on Blanding Boulevard in Clay County has left six people injured, including an infant. Police say that the crash happened on Sunday, December 16th.
The Florida Highway Patrol responded to the scene. The crash involved five vehicles and took place near the intersection with College Drive. The infant is believed to have life-threatening injuries. The nature and extent of the other injuries are not clear at this time. No immediate details were given about how the crash occurred. All lanes of Blanding Boulevard were blocked while police investigated but have since re-opened.
No additional information is available at this time.
A reportable crash happens every 92 seconds in Florida. Everyone is at risk when they get behind the wheel of their vehicle. Although no one likes to think about being injured in a car accident, negligent driving claims innocent victims across our state each and every day. In this case, a very young child appears to be fighting for their lives and several others injured under circumstances that are yet unknown. Our thoughts go out to all affected by this tragic incident and we hope for a complete recovery for anyone involved.
If you have been a victim of negligent driving, please contact the Florida car accident attorneys at Rubenstein Law for assistance. Our team is experienced, compassionate and reliable and we bring the best to each case. We will work tirelessly to ensure you receive the compensation you need following a serious crash.
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