Report says several people were injured in a 5-vehicle accident that happened on Blanding Boulevard and College Drive in Orange Park.
The Clay County Sheriff’s Office and Florida Highway Patrol are on the scene of a serious crash. At this time, the cause of the accident has not been made public by the authorities.
According to the report received from Florida Highway Patrol, a 5-car crash left an infant in life-threatening condition. Due to the impact of the incident, there was a roadblock in Orange Park on Blanding Boulevard and College Drive.
Information about the identity of the occupants and the type of the vehicles involved in the crash have not been made public as well.
In a report from Clay County Sheriff’s Office, all lanes were shut down due to the crash but have since reopened.
FHP reported six people were injured, one of whom an infant in life-threatening condition.
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