Man Critically Injured By Vehicle In Crash In Jacksonville

Authorities are investigating a crash that left a man critically injured. The crash happened at the intersection of 103rd Street and Old Middleburg Road in Jacksonville.

The crash happened at the intersection of 103rd Street and Old Middleburg Road.

According to Officials, they say the crash happened when the driver of a Mercedes Benz driven struck the victim from the rear. The driver of the Mercedes was in his early twenties. 

The victim was driving a Ford Ranger. The man was taken to the hospital and was listed in critical condition.

The young driver remained at the scene of the crash and fully cooperated with the officials.

Authorities are predicting speed to be a likely factor in the crash. Details of the victim involved in the crash have not been released. No other details were immediately released. An investigation is still ongoing.

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