St. Johns County, FL – Car Accident with Injuries on Race Track RoadJacksonville Accident News
St. Johns County, FL (July 4, 2020) – A car accident with injuries was reported in St. Johns County on Saturday, July 4th. The crash took place at 6495 Race Track Road just after 3:00 p.m.
The Florida Highway Patrol responded to the crash scene shortly after the accident took place. Emergency crews also arrived shortly after troopers. At least one person sustained injuries in the accident. The nature of the injuries is not known at this time. There are also no details on the events leading up to the accident. Troopers advised motorists to use caution when traveling in the area.
An investigation into the accident is ongoing. There is no further information available.
Our thoughts go out to those affected by this crash in St. Johns County. We hope for a complete recovery.
Florida Car Accidents
More than 400,000 car accidents are reported every year in Florida. This number places our state near the top of the national statistics for the number of reportable crashes per year. Each day, numerous innocent victims are injured due to the actions of negligent drivers. These victims may find themselves suffering from serious injuries including broken bones and severe trauma. The road to recovery can be long and daunting with high medical costs and financial hardships.
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