Authorities reported that a 16-year-old teenager and his passenger sustained life-threatening injuries in a single-car accident along Old Kings Road.
A spokesperson for Jacksonville Police Department said the accident happened near the intersection of Moncrief Road West and Old Kings Road. A 16-year-old male and his passenger sustained severe injuries in the accident, the report stated.
The victim drove a 2012 Honda Element, traveling south on Old Kings Road. He attempted to exit onto Moncrief Road West when the vehicle veered off the road. He hit a disabled car and an embankment, according to police spokesperson.
Authorities reported that paramedics transported the two victims to a nearby hospital for further treatment. Fortunately, the driver and his passenger were reportedly wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident.
Law enforcement officials continue to investigate the incident.
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