Injuries Sustained In Accident On Beach Boulevard In Jacksonville

An accident in Jacksonville on Beach Boulevard and Carmichael Avenue led to three persons sustaining multiple injuries.

In a report by the officials, the accident in Jacksonville involved two vehicles.  One of the vehicles crossed into another lane cutting off a woman and her two children. The impact of the two cars colliding led to multiple injuries to the car occupying the woman and her children.

Emergency crews were present at the scene of the accident. The driver in the other car sustained minor injuries.The woman and her two children were taken to a local hospital for treatment. The driver of the second car was treated at the scene.

Traffic was an issue for several hours but all lanes have since reopened.

Details of the parties involved in the crash are yet to be released by the authorities at the time of compiling this report.  Police are still investigating as to the exact cause of the accident.

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