Escambia, FL (September 12, 2018) - A two car crash in a school zone left one person suffering from injuries. The crash happened on Tuesday, September 11th near the intersection of Highway 4 and Pine Barren Road. The accident involved a Toyota Scion and a Hyundai SUV. The Scion suffered front end damage while the Hyundai sustained damage to the driver's side area.
Officials say that one person was transported to a hospital with injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening. The Escambia County Fire Rescue, along with Florida Highway Patrol and Escambia County EMS all responded to the accident scene.
There are no details how the crash occurred at this time and the accident remains under investigation with the FHP.
We hope that the injured victim in this incident has a full and quick recovery.
Car accidents can take place at any time. There are over 250,000 reported injury accidents each year in Florida. In this case, we do not know at this time how the crash occurred. Police will carefully investigate the accident scene, take witness statements and reach a conclusion as to who was at fault for causing the crash. Ultimately, if the injured victim was not at fault, they will have the right to bring a personal injury case against the other driver.
When you have been hurt in a crash, there is help available. At Rubenstein Law, we have recovered millions for innocent accident victims. If we can be of assistance to you, give us a call for a free consultation at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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