Jacksonville Fire and Rescue reported a multiple vehicle crash on Beach Boulevard that resulted in serious injuries and a person being trapped.

In a report by the officials, the victims sustained serious injuries and were transported to a nearby hospital. Great work was carried out by crews at the scene of the multiple vehicle accident.

One person was trapped inside the car and was rescued by the Jacksonville Fire Department. The degree of the injuries sustained is unknown at the time of compiling this report. Several people were taken to area hospitals having sustained serious injuries. Their medical condition is also unknown.

A thorough investigative process has commenced to determine factors that led to the multi-vehicle crash. Details of the victims involved in the crash are yet to be released by the authorities. No further details were divulged by the officials.

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