One Person Injured in Multi-Vehicle Wreck in Panama City Beach, Florida
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL. – According to a news story reported online at wjhg.com, one person was injured in a multi-vehicle accident in Panama City Beach, Florida. Three vehicles were involved in the collision in total, which occurred in a chain-reaction fashion. Authorities are still investigating the cause.*
The accident took place during the evening on April 14 on Back Beach Road in Panama City Beach. Florida Highway Patrol and WJHG report that a pickup truck was traveling on Back Beach Road at approximately 8 p.m. that day, when it ran into a Dodge Charger. The impact of this collision then caused the Charger to crash into another car.
The make and model of the pickup truck were not reported, nor were the make and model of the third vehicle involved. It is unclear what direction the vehicles were traveling on the roadway.
Troopers did not say right after the accident what had been the cause or what events might have potentially led to the crash. They did not say whether the pickup truck driver had time to avoid the accident.
Troopers and WJHG report that one person sustained injuries as a result of the accident. This person was not identified, and the report did not say which vehicle the person was riding in when the accident occurred. It is unclear if the person was a driver or passenger. His or her injuries were described as minor.
Florida Highway Patrol is still investigating the collision to determine its cause. At the time of the WJHG report’s posting, no further information had been released by Troopers.
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