A fiery, three-car accident with several injuries reportedly closed both directions of Monument Road near Subway Restaurant.

The accident happened on Monument Road. A Nissan Sentra with two female occupants reportedly were traveling northbound when a Ford Titanium suddenly rear-ended it. Police said a Honda car, which was also traveling northbound, T-boned the Nissan on the driver’s side.

Authorities reported that the 43-year-old driver of the Honda suffered critical injuries. Paramedics transported the driver to the hospital. Emergency crews immediately rushed the 38-year-old driver of the Nissan to the hospital.

Police further reported that the female passenger of the Nissan was taken to a nearby hospital in stable condition. Meanwhile, paramedics transported the Ford driver to a nearby hospital in stable condition.

The road was closed for continuing investigations.

Jacksonville Police Department continues to investigate the cause of the crash.


Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “This was a serious and unfortunate three-car accident that led to five people sustaining injuries. It is important to contact a lawyer who has experience in handling motor vehicle accident cases like this.  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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