Jacksonville police reported that two pedestrians were injured in two separate accidents on Helena Street.

Report says the two pedestrians were struck while walking on Helena Street, though by different vehicles. The first accident happened when a Toyota, driven by an 18-year-old woman, struck a 29-year-old man.

First responder arrived early to stabilize the pedestrian who sustained serious injuries, as reported. After this incident, while first responders were attending to the pedestrian, another crash occurred.

A 30-year-old woman was struck by another car about 200 yards away from the initial accident scene. The female pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries after she was struck, police said.

EMS administered first aid treatment to the victims and they were transported to a nearby hospital.

Jacksonville police are investigating the crashes. No charges have currently been filed.

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