Nassau County, FL (September 26, 2019) - A semi-truck and an RV collided on Wednesday, September 25th in Nassau County. The crash took place in the southbound lanes of I-95.
According to reports, an RV motorhome was towing a car and came to a stop on I-95 after it became disabled. A semi-truck traveling behind the RV failed to see that the RV had come to a stop and collided with the back of the vehicle. The RV burst into flames following the crash. The driver sustained non-life-threatening injuries. The truck driver, Ahmed Ismail Mahomud, was charged with reckless driving for his role in the accident.
There is no further information available at this time.
Florida car accidents take place about every 92 seconds. Busy streets, such as I-95, are a common site of car accidents. High-speed areas combined with reckless or inattentive driving can spell disaster in a matter of seconds. Many collisions on major thoroughfares tend to involve multiple vehicles and the subsequent investigation may take time to complete as complicated issues of liability can arise.
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