Jacksonville, FL (November 10, 2018) - An early morning crash in Jacksonville left two people injured on Saturday, November 10th. The crash happened on Atlantic Boulevard near the intersection with Acme Street around 5:30 am.
The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department was the first agency on scene, followed by police officials. According to reports, the crash involved two vehicles. At least one person was trapped inside one of the vehicles and had to be extricated. One individual was rushed to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries. No one involved in the crash has been identified.
Police are actively investigating the scene and are collecting witness statements and also looking at surveillance video in an effort to determine how the crash occurred. As of 8:00 am, one westbound lane of Atlantic Boulevard remained closed to traffic.
No further details are available at this time.
We are saddened to hear of this serious injury crash in Jacksonville. Over 250,000 people will be injured in car accidents across Florida this year. We hope that those involved in this accident will be able to make a full recovery from their injuries.
A car accident can change your life in a matter of seconds. The long-term effects of a serious car accident can impact your life in many different ways. When you have been injured in a serious crash, you should not accept anything less than full compensation for your injuries.
At Rubenstein Law, we know that serious car accidents should never be taken lightly. We treat each case as if it were our own and we fight for the compensation our clients deserve when they have been injured by the negligence of another. If you or a loved one are in need of help following a Florida car accident, give us a call for a free consultation. We are standing by 24/7 and can be reached at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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