Bicyclist Badly Injured In Park Street Accident In Jacksonville

According to police that were seen at the scene, a bicyclist is badly hurt after being hit by a car on Park Street in Jacksonville.

It was reported that a witness told the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office that the bicyclist was riding along Price Street, crossing Park Street. She was reportedly struck by a car driving on Park Street when she was crossing.

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office stated that the bicyclist was taken to a nearby hospital in life-threatening condition.

According to the police, the driver had a flashing yellow light at the time of the crash. Meanwhile, the bicyclist also had a flashing red light.

From a report received from JSO. It says “Alcohol appears to be a factor on the behalf of the bicyclist.” The driver was not injured and there is no indication that the driver’s speed was an issue in the crash.

The identity or age of the bicyclist has not been released at this time.

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Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash.  “This is a very unfortunate accident. We know from experience that accidents like this one can causes injurious consequences. Serious injuries can affect the lives of all parties involved and their families who feel the effects even when they are not directly involved.  We wish all parties in the accident a speedy recovery and hope they reach out to an experience accident attorney.”

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