St. Petersburg, FL (March 11, 2019) - Police are looking into a crash that sent four people to the hospital on Sunday, March 10th. The crash happened around 7:00 p.m. at the intersection of 34th Avenue North and 5th Street.
There were two vehicles involved in the accident. A total of four people sustained injuries and were taken for further treatment. There is no indication on the extent or severity of the injuries, nor have police released any details about the cause of the crash. The intersection remained closed for several hours while an investigation in the crash was ongoing.
There were no further details provided.
Each year, there will be about 400,000 car accidents in our state. More than half, approximately 250,000, of these crashes will involve injury to at least one person in the crash. When you have been injured a Florida car accident, it is common to feel pain, anger, and frustration about your situation. You may feel hopeless as you struggle to carry out activities that you could previously do with ease. Your quality of life may decrease and you find yourself wondering if things will ever get better.
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