Children Injured In Accident On Timuquana Road In Jacksonville Jacksonville Police responded to a crash with injuries that involved children.

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office responded to an accident with injuries that involved children. The accident happened on the southbound lane of Roosevelt’s Boulevard in Jacksonville.

According to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, an alert was sent out saying all southbound lanes of Roosevelt’s Boulevard were closed at Timuquana Road due to the accident.

An eyewitness said she saw children being taken away in an ambulance after the wreck. The accident happened when a vehicle which was southbound on Roosevelt Boulevard struck a vehicle waiting at red light. The car that was hit then struck the car in front of it creating a domino effect.  In total it was reported that six cars were involved in this crash.

The driver who caused the accident was detained in a suspected DUI situation according to JSO Officers at the scene of the crash. No other details were released.


Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “Drunk driving accidents are often very serious, as a drunk person is not in control of their mental faculties, certainly cannot drive safely and often do not even know they were responsible for a crash.  If you have been involved in an accident caused by a driver that was impaired behind the wheel, please make sure you seek the council of an experienced accident attorney.”

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