Law enforcement authorities reported a serious head-on crash in Jacksonville that sent five people, including four teenagers, to the hospital with serious injuries.

According to the news release by officials, they say that the head-on collision happened at the intersection of Cedar Point Road and Boney Road.

Officials say there were four teenagers in one car and one adult in the other car when the crash happened. Information on how or why the accident happened was not released to the public and the incident is still under investigation by authorities.

EMS arrived to the scene of the accident to administer first aid to the injured victims soon after the crash happened. EMS reported that five people were transported to a nearby hospital. Their medical conditions remain unknown at the time of this report.

Police say more information will be available once the investigation is complete.

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