Report says the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is investigating a deadly crash in North Jacksonville on Lannie Road about a mile south of the Jacksonville National Cemetery.

It was reported that two people were trapped in the vehicle. The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department crew were at the scene working to extricate them from the vehicle. According to the report, the two victims were seriously injured. The two victims died at the scene due to the impact of the crash.

According to a statement from the Sheriff’s Office, the driver lost control of the vehicle and went across a lane of oncoming traffic and into a ditch.

The authorities added that after the car hit the ditch, it became airborne and then struck a tree. The Sheriff’s Office said the two killed in the crash died on impact.

JSO said, “The identities of the individuals could not be determined at this point, including approximate age and sex. Follow-up to be conducted by our traffic homicide unit.”


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