Two People Sustain Injuries When Car Drives into Jacksonville Nail Salon
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA – According to an online news article published by www.news4jax.com, two people sustained injuries when a driver slammed into a Jacksonville nail salon.*
On the morning of May 3, 2019, a driver who witnesses say seemed “dazed and confused” drove his vehicle into a nail salon in the River City Marketplace in Jacksonville. One witness stated that the driver did not know where he was. The vehicle was seen half inside and half outside the nail salon. Two people sustained minor injuries and were transported to a local hospital for evaluation. Given the nature of the accident, many people, including the driver, are lucky to have walked away from the accident without sustaining even more serious or fatal injuries.
Law enforcement officials continue to investigate the accident to determine what went wrong. Currently, no criminal charges are pending against the driver.
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