Injuries Reported in Vehicle Crash in Indian River County, Florida
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FL. – According to a news report published online by tcpalm.com, injuries were reported following a vehicle crash that occurred in Indian River County, Florida. Little information has been released about the crash at this time, and authorities have not identified the injured persons.*
The vehicle accident occurred in the afternoon on February 19 on State Road 60 in Indian River County. It is not clear at this time how many vehicles were involved, but the collision was reported to authorities at approximately 1:10 p.m. that day. Florida Highway Patrol responded to the site of the crash located at State Road 60 and 66th Avenue.
No information was reported about the nature of the vehicle crash or whether Troopers were investigating any suspected causes for the crash. No vehicle descriptions, such as vehicle makes and models, were included in the news report regarding the crash.
Indian River County Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Kyle Kofke told reporters with TC Palm that two people sustained injuries in the accident, and that these two people were taken to local hospitals for treatment of their injuries. The report did not identify these people or describe the seriousness of their injuries. Current conditions are not known.
After the collision, officials responding to the scene closed down traffic on all of the westbound lanes of State Road 60. When preliminary investigation at the scene was complete, and the accident was cleared, the road reopened. This occurred at about 2:30 p.m. that day. No additional information has been reported at this time.
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