Jacksonville Sheriff reported that seven people, including two children, were injured in two separate accidents along Fort Caroline Road involving four vehicles.
The first accident happened at the intersection of Fort Caroline Road and McCormick Road, Sheriff’s Department spokesman said. He also reported that there were two vehicles involved in that accident. One person was found injured in that crash upon police arrival.
One of those two vehicles then left the scene and got involved in a second crash few miles away. This happened a few miles east of the first crash scene, spokesman added.
Report says three vehicles were involved in the second accident, which included one of the two from the first one. This second crash left six people injured at that location.
Over ten people were involved. It was reported that all seven people were transported to nearby hospitals, however, the other victims were released after being treated for minor injuries.
The spokesman said alcohol did not immediately appear to have been a factor.
Investigators are still trying to determine what happened. No other information has been made public and no charge has been filed yet.
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