St. Augustine, FL (January 12, 2019) - A two-car crash on US 1 left two people injured on Thursday, January 10th. Police responded to the crash scene near the intersection with Stokes Landing Road, just south of International Golf Parkway after 8:00 pm.
According to reports from the scene, a blue SUV and a white pickup truck collided with one another. Both vehicles sustained heavy front-end damage in the crash. At this time, it is not clear exactly how the accident occurred. Two people sustained injuries and were taken to a local hospital for treatment. There is no word at this time on their identities or conditions.
Police say that speed was a factor in the crash. No additional details have been released.
In Florida, there are about 250,000 injury accidents each year. Speeding is a major cause of crashes across our state. Speeding is a form of negligent driving behavior that can lead to catastrophic consequences including head-on collisions, rollover crashes, and high impact rear-end crashes. An accident involving a speeding driver has the potential to turn deadly in an instant. Our thoughts go out to the victims hurt in this crash and we hope for a complete recovery.
If you have sustained injuries as a result of another driver's negligence, you have the legal right to compensation. At Rubenstein Law, our Florida car accident attorneys assist injured victims in the Jacksonville area and throughout our state. We will stand up for you when you have been hurt in a crash that was not your fault.
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