Palm Coast, FL (October 8, 2018) - A crash on the Palm Coast Parkway left at least two people injured on Monday, October 8th. The crash happened just after 6:00 am.
The Palm Coast Fire Department, along with other units responded to the collision involving two semi trucks. At least one of the trucks caught fire after the crash and the fire had to be extinguished by officials on scene. One of the semi truck drivers was badly injured and bleeding on the scene. While investigators were working this crash, a third vehicle came along and crashed into the back of one of the disabled semi trucks. The driver also suffered serious injuries in the collision.
An investigation into this crash remains active as authorities attempt to clear the roadway of wreckage and determine how the crash occurred. There is no additional information available regarding the accident at this time.
A reportable crash occurs approximately every 92 seconds in Florida. In this truck accident, we do not know why the two semi trucks collided. Police will have to determine the sequence of events leading up to the crash in order to establish which driver was negligent in causing the collision. We hope that all involved have a full and speedy recovery.
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