Jacksonville Traffic News:  Accident On US-17; Two Injured

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said two people were injured following an accident involving two vehicles on US-17.

A 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe was driving southbound on US-17 when the accident occurred. Police said a Honda vehicle that was in front of a Tahoe vehicle and suddenly stopped and started driving in reverse. The Chevrolet which was approaching, sighted the oncoming vehicle late and couldn’t avoid crashing into it.

Consequently, the Tahoe drove into a roadside curb while trying to avoid the first vehicle and overturned. The 27-year-old man driver the Tahoe and his passenger, 30 year-old woman were injured, police said. They were treated at the scene and later transported to a nearby hospital for further treatment.

It was reported that the 46-year-old woman driving Honda was not injured, and remained at the scene. 

No charge has been filed yet. The investigation into the crash is still ongoing.


Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “This was a serious accident that led to people sustaining injuries in this accident.  When you are harmed by a possible distracted drive in a car crash, it is important to contact a lawyer who has  experience in handling motor vehicle accident cases.  An attorney from our firm can make a significant difference in establishing fault for your crash, the nature and extent of your injuries and the past, present and future economic and non-economic damages you have suffered.”

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