Three People Sustained Serious Injuries In An Accident On Hendricks Avenue

Jacksonville Sheriffs’ Office says two people sustained traumatic injuries in a wrong way accident on Hendricks Avenue.

The accident happened when a Nissan Sentra heading south struck a Dodge on the wrong side of Hendricks Avenue. The driver of the Dodge spun out of control and struck another vehicle, an SUV from the rear, police said.

It was reported that seven people were in the vehicles when the accident happened. The 31-year-old driver of the Nissan was the only occupant of the car. Meanwhile, there are two occupants in the Dodge and two occupants in the Chrysler SUV, police added.

Upon arrival, EMS reported that three people sustained serious while the other three only sustained minor injuries. The driver of the Dodge and the driver of the SUV with one of his passengers sustained serious injuries.

The victims that sustained minor injuries including the driver of the Nissan were treated on the site of the accident. Meanwhile, others with serious injuries were transported to the nearest hospital.

Police is investigating the accident.


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