Woman And Her Two Sons Injured In Rear-End Crash On Philips Highway In Jacksonville

A woman and her two sons were involved in an accident on Philips Highway in Jacksonville after they were involved in a rear-end crash.

The 27-year-old woman was driving northbound with her two children when her Chrysler Sebring was struck from behind. A 32-year-old man, driving a Dodge Charger, was switching lanes when he struck the rear of the Sebring.

Police say the crash caused the Sebring to hit a pole and overturn. The Charger then struck an unoccupied vehicle that was parked.

Paramedics transported the woman and her two children to the hospital. Their medical condition is unknown at the time of this report. The man was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment having received non-life threatening injuries.

Police say the crash remains under investigation and further details were not immediately released.

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Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This was a serious accident rear-end accident that led to a family being seriously injured at no fault of their own. We advise everyone to always drive with caution and to use a seat belt whenever they are in any vehicle. It is always a good idea to seek professional legal help following any accident.”

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