Four Injured In Van, Semi Trailer Crash

September 22, 2013

Four people were reported to be injured in a Saturday afternoon traffic crash on County Road 97 at Kingsfield Road.

All four were in a Chevrolet van involved in a collision with a semi trailer; some of the injured were juveniles. Their injuries were not believed to be life threatening. Further details, including the names of those involved, have not yet been released by the Florida Highway Patrol.

The Cantonment, Beulah, Bellview and Ensley stations of Escambia Fire Rescue, Escambia County EMS and the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office also responded to the accident about 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

NorthEscambia.com photos by Kristi Smith, click to enlarge.


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4 Responses to “Four Injured In Van, Semi Trailer Crash”

  1. LRC on September 22nd, 2013 9:38 am

    it also does not even say yet that the driver was a juvenile and people should not assume that they were on cell phones — even though high rates happen with the cell phones that doesnt mean every accident with a juvanile was someone on a cell phone, there are some out there that dont text/talk and drive believe it or not and accidents still happen without them that can be deadly. Thank God these people were not severely hurt or dead !

  2. Look on September 22nd, 2013 9:22 am

    D Hall,

    you posted ” want to see them explain to their parents how they managed to hit a truck that wasn’t going anywhere , it didn’t even have a tractor hooked up to it”, the bottom picture shows the back of the BRIGHT YELLOW tractor.

  3. DB on September 22nd, 2013 9:19 am

    Response to Hall,

    The Penske Semi truck was on Kingsfield Rd and tried to cross 97A and pulled in front of the van which was traveling straight on 97A. No cell phones were involved and the van driver was smart enough to keep from hitting the truck’s trailer head on. We’re lucky noone was seriously hurt.

  4. D Hall on September 22nd, 2013 6:40 am

    I want to see them explain to their parents how they managed to hit a truck that wasn’t going anywhere , it didn’t even have a tractor hooked up to it – it was that truck drivers fault , he “cut” in front of us (while we were on our cell phone) – yeh , thats a good one …





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