Marion County, FL (September 29, 2019) - Three people sustained injuries after a three-car crash in Marion County, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. The collision occurred on Sunday, September 29th on Northeast 36th Avenue.
Troopers responded to the crash scene following reports of the accident. Investigators say that a vehicle was traveling northbound on 46th when it swerved in order to avoid a crash with a vehicle turning right. The vehicle then crashed into two other vehicles that were traveling southbound. Three victims were hurt in the accident and all three were taken to Ocala Regional Medical Center. One person was listed in serious condition. There is no word on the conditions of the other two victims. No one involved has been identified.
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Reportable car accidents occur in Florida every 92 seconds. Unfortunately, it appears as though this crash may have involved serious or catastrophic injuries for at least one person. A car accident is very violent and has the potential to bring about life-altering consequences. Head, neck, and spinal cord injuries, along with broken bones, can result in prolonged periods of recovery, as well as high medical costs and the inability to live your life the way you enjoyed prior to the crash.
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