Law enforcement officials reported two people were hospitalized after they were struck by a car at a bus stop on Merrill Road.

According to the news release by authorities, the crash happened on Merrill Road and Herrick Drive Intersection. This was where two vehicles crashed and then collided with pedestrians at a bus stop.

The Jacksonville Police Department reported that a gray BMW was exiting from a gas station when it made an improper U-Turn, lost control, and then crashed into another vehicle. The vehicle that was struck then continued to travel and struck two people that were sitting on the bus bench.

EMS arrived to the scene of the accident soon after it happened and administered first aid to the injured victims. Emergency crews reported that both pedestrians that were struck were taken to the hospital in stable condition after suffering several injuries.

There were no reports on the conditions of the driver’s in the vehicles that careened into them.

Authorities say that the incident is currently under investigation and no other details were released to the public.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “This was a serious accident in Jacksonville that involved two pedestrians leading to injuries.  It was reported that the driver of the car possibly was injuries after she struck a taxi.  We wish the persons involved in the crash a quick recovery. We also urge all involved to seek experienced legal representation including a Personal Injury Attorney.”

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