Jacksonville Sheriff officials responded to the accident that left a woman dead along Co Road 213 and Hanson Drive South.
Officials reported that a white car was traveling in one direction and a dark-colored car was traveling in the opposite direction. It was further reported that the dark-colored car tried to turn onto Co Road 213 when the two collided. As a result, the white car was sent over the curb and into a utility pole.
According to the police report, when EMS arrived at the scene, a woman was found deceased inside the white car.
The report further states that after the crash the driver of the dark-colored car drove to his house located nearby, parked his car and walked back to the scene.
A Jacksonville Sheriff officer said “Investigators are talking to witnesses and reviewing footage from surveillance cameras from the area. They’re diagramming the roadways, and that, coupled with talking to the actual person who was involved in the crash, will put all the pieces together. Then we can come up with some of the answers to the questions that we have.”
Authorities advised motorists to seek an alternate route as southbound Co Road 213 is shut down due to the investigation.
Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “Our hearts go out the victims, families and everyone that will be affected by this awful crash. We hope that law enforcement can quickly determine the cause of the crash. We also advise all victims or families to reach out to an experienced car crash attorney.”
In an accident? The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine Can Help.
Our injury attorneys assist people in Florida who have been injured in traffic accidents caused by negligent drivers, road rage, and more. Contact us today to explore your legal options and determine if you qualify for financial compensation. You may be able to collect compensation for medical bills, loss of wages, disability, and other losses related to your injuries.
Call the Law Firm of Anidjar & Levine at 1-800-747-3733 for a free consultation.