Pensacola, FL (November 7, 2018) - A fiery crash between a car and a semi-truck on Interstate 10 left two people with critical injuries. The crash took place on Sunday, November 4th.
According to a report by the Florida Highway Patrol, 40-year-old Clayton Fletcher Cobb and 37-year-old Crystal Kay Hildreth were traveling eastbound on I-10. As their car approached the intersection with US Highway 90 they collided with a semi-truck also traveling on I-10. The semi truck driver is identified as Ricardo Batista Sanchez. Cobb's vehicle erupted in flames after the crash. Both Hildreth and Cobb suffered serious injuries and were transported to Sacred Heart Hospital for treatment. There is no word on whether Sanchez was injured.
No additional information is available at this time.
Over 250,000 people were hurt in Florida car accidents last year. While this number may seem high, the reality is that injury accidents occur every day, multiple times per day across our state. While we certainly never like seeing accidents occur, there is help available when you have been injured by the negligence of another.
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