Escambia County, FL (November 10, 2018) - A three vehicle crash on Tate School Road left one person hurt on Friday, November 9th..
The crash, which took place Friday afternoon, involved three vehicles. According to reports, two pickup trucks and Chevy Trailblazer were involved in the crash. One of the pickup trucks had visible front end damage while the Trailblazer had a large dent in the rear of the vehicle, suggesting a possible rear-end collision. Police say one person was injured in the crash although the nature and extent of the injuries is unclear at this time. There is no word on the cause of the crash.
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