Bridge in Gulf Breeze is Site of Multiple Vehicle Accident
GULF BREEZE, FL — According to an online news report at nwfdailynews.com, a four vehicle accident occurs on Gulf Breeze bridge.*
A four vehicle crash halted traffic on the Bob Sikes Bridge over the weekend, per local police. A fifty four year old driver of a 2005 Ford F-150 pickup from Pensacola, Florida was going across the bridge and did not slow down his vehicle to traffic that had been stopped, per the Florida Highway Patrol.
As a result, the man’s truck smashed into the rear end of a 2015 Volkswagen Jetta that was being operated by a twenty eight year old man, from Pensacola, Florida. The driver of the Jetta and his twenty eight six year old passenger, a male from Pensacola, Florida, sustained minor, non-life threatening injuries in the accident.
The force of the crash caused the Jetta to drive into the path of a 2008 Ford Escape that was occupied by a number of people from Louisiana. The driver of the Ford Escape reportedly did not sustain any injuries in the accident. Two passengers, which included an eleven year old and a five year old, suffered minor injuries in the crash.
Their sports utility vehicle hit into a 2013 Buick Verrano that was operated by a nineteen year old man from Pensacola. This driver was not injured. The driver of the Ford F-150 is facing charges of the careless operation of a vehicle.
Their SUV was knocked into a 2013 Buick Verrano driven by a 19-year-old Pensacola man, who was not injured, according to the accident report. Pursuant to an investigation of the accident, alcohol was not a factor in causing the crash.
The accident remains under investigation at this time. There are no further details on the crash.
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