A traffic accident on East Union Street and North Market in Jacksonville left four motorcyclists injured after a collision with a Toyota Camry Driver.

Authorities say several motorcycles and a car slammed into each other. Officials are yet to release a statement on how the crash happened but speed is a likely factor. A Toyota Camry and four motorcycles were involved in the collision.

Three of the motorcyclists sustained serious injuries while one only sustained moderate injuries. They were all taken to the hospital. The driver of the Toyota Camry remained at the scene. He was not injured in the crash.

The crash remains an active investigation. Heavy traffic was observed after the crash happened as investigators conducted on-scene investigations and crews cleared the debris. The road has since reopened for motorists.

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