Jacksonville, FL (November 10, 2018) - A head-on collision in Jacksonville left one person dead on Friday, November 9th.
The crash took place on Hodges Boulevard near the intersection with Tropic Egret Drive. Officials say that a white SUV and a pickup truck collided with one another. At least one person died as a result of the collision. The white SUV could be seen off the roadway and against a fence bordering a nearby subdivision following the crash.
Police have not released the names of those involved or provided any further information on the cause of the crash. An investigation remains ongoing at this time.
A reportable accident takes place every 92 seconds in Florida. Unfortunately, many of these accidents will be severe and even fatal in nature. A head-on collision, such as this one, almost always tends to involve catastrophic damage and injury to those involved. The causes for head-on collisions vary, but most often they stem from distraction, impairment or reckless driving such as speeding.
Our thoughts are with the family of the deceased and anyone who was injured in this tragic crash in Jacksonville.
At Rubenstein Law, we assist accident victims all across Florida. When you or a loved one have been hurt in a crash that was not your fault you deserve compensation. We will fight to protect your legal rights. For a free consultation with a Florida car accident attorney, give us a call at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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