JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Friday morning a four-car crash blocked all lanes of the intersection of 103rd Street and Blanding Boulevard, according to Florida Highway Patrol Sergeant Dylan Bryan.
The driver of a silver Buick allegedly ran a red light while traveling east on 103rd Street. The Buick collided with a Pontiac that was traveling south on Blanding Boulevard, causing the vehicle to overturn.
The Pontiac then struck a KIA, which in turn collided with a Ford Explorer.
According to Sergeant Bryan, the drivers of the Buick, Pontiac and Kia were transported to UF Health at Jacksonville with non-life threatening injuries. The Ford Explorer driver had no injuries.
The road is open and at this time, the drivers have not been identified and passengers have not been confirmed.
First Coast News