Jacksonville, FL (September 7, 2018) - A Thursday crash in Jacksonville left at least one person hurt. The crash happened around 7:00 pm near Loretto Road.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office received a call for assistance and responded to the crash scene. When they arrived, deputies found at least one person suffering from injuries sustained in the crash. That person was transported to a hospital for further treatment. There is no word on the nature or severity of the injuries sustained.
All traffic lanes at the crash scene were shut down for about 30 minutes while police investigated. The roadway re-opened around 7:30 pm. Police have not released any information on the cause of the accident or the number of vehicles involved.
No further details are available at this time.
A reportable crash occurs approximately every 90 seconds in Florida. Many crashes are caused by drivers who fail to follow traffic laws. In this case, no additional details have been released regarding the cause of the accident. We will have to wait for the release of the final police report in order to determine who may be at fault for this crash.
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