Spokesman for Jacksonville police said one person was severely injured following a traffic accident on Monument Road.

According to the spokesman, the two-car traffic collision happened on Monument Road near The Park Via Veneto Apartment Homes. A 2012 Scion TC coupe was traveling north at a high rate of speed when it struck a Chevrolet Malibu. According to the report, the Malibu overturned onto southbound roadway.

Authorities reported that three people were involved in this accident. The Scion had two occupants, an adult and a juvenile, while the driver of the Malibu was the sole occupant.

EMS transported the driver of the Scion, a 31-year-old female, and the driver of the Malibu to a nearby hospital. They both reportedly sustained minor injuries.

Meanwhile, the juvenile sustained life-threatening injuries as a result of the collision. The juvenile’s identity is unknown at the time of reporting.

Police are investigating this accident and no charges have been filed yet.


Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a unfortunate accident that led to three persons sustaining injuries. When motorists are distracted, reckless or speeding they put the lives of others at risk. When a negligent driver causes a crash, he or she could be held accountable for the accident. An injured victim should seek out an experienced accident attorney to help with the collection of compensation for medical care, losses and damages.”

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