Emergency crews transported a teenager and his mother to the hospital following injuries sustained in an accident along New Kings Road.
According to the police, the accident involved two vehicles along New Kings Road in Jacksonville. A witness said a pickup truck rear-ended the car in the passing lane.
It was reported that the woman was headed towards Gate Gas Station when the accident happened. She was northbound in a 2012 BMW 328i with her teenage son, police added.
At the moment the BMW was struck from the rear, she reportedly lost control of the car. She then swerved out of her lane and traveled into the lane of the pickup truck, driven by a 30-year-old man.
EMS reportedly arrived at the scene of the accident and began to administer medical care to the people involved.
Officials reported the woman sustained a head trauma and hip injuries. The woman’s son also had bruises on his face and arms.
Meanwhile, the pickup truck driver suffered injuries as well. Emergency responders transported all the victims to a nearby hospital.
Police are investigating the accident.
Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “It is unfortunate that this accident that left a mother and her son, and a driver injured happened here in Jacksonville. Sadly, the innocent victims of these crashes are rendered powerless: often, there’s nothing you can do when an oncoming vehicle is bearing down on you, except brace for impact. We hope that all involved have a speedy recovery.”
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