Seven people have been hospitalized following a four-vehicle accident at the intersection of Southwest 4th Avenue and FL-84.

According to a police spokesperson, the four-vehicle accident occurred at the intersection of Southwest 4th Avenue and FL-84. The accident involved a Nissan Xterra, a Ford Focus, a Toyota Camry, and a Honda Civic. A total of nine  occupants were in the vehicles.

The spokesperson said, the 26-year-old driver of the Nissan SUV stopped abruptly causing an oncoming Ford Focus to rear-end the SUV. The Ford was driven by a 24-year-old man, the spokesperson added. The incident caused a chain reaction crash with two oncoming vehicles, a Toyota and a Honda.

The EMS crew arrived at the scene of the multi-vehicle collision in record time. Seven people suffered injuries in the accident. EMS transported the four drivers and the passengers of the Nissan and Ford to the nearest hospital.

The injuries sustained were of varying degrees of severity. Presently, authorities have not disclosed the condition of each of the injured victims.

Police are still investigating the accident.


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