Yulee, FL (July 2, 2019) - A man on a riding mower was seriously hurt when he was struck by two vehicles in Yulee on Monday, July 1st. The crash took place on I-95, near the exit for State Road 200.
Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol responded to the crash scene. Police immediately closed all lanes of I-95 to investigate the crash and provide assistance. Officials say that a man was operating the mower when it was struck. He was flown to a local hospital with serious injuries. The man's identity has not been revealed at this time and there is no further update on his condition.
All lanes of I-95 were later reopened to traffic. There is no word on potential charges at this time.
A Florida car accident can strike at any time. Regardless of where you may be, anyone on the roadway is at risk for being involved in a crash with another vehicle. Unfortunately, many injury crashes can be quite severe and result in spinal cord injuries, head and neck injuries, broken bones, permanent disfigurement, or death. A crash can be a life-changing event for victims and their families.
Each day, innocent crash victims suffer catastrophic injuries on Floria's roadways. When this occurs, our Florida personal injury attorneys at Rubenstein Law are here to assist you. We will help you obtain compensation for lost wages, medical treatments, pain and suffering, and more. Let us handle the legal details of your case while you work towards your recovery.
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