No Injuries In Cantonment Three Vehicle Accident

June 21, 2018

There were no serious injures in a three vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon at Highway 297A and County Road 97 in Cantonment. Everyone involved refused transport to the hospital by Escambia County EMS following the 5:50 p.m. wreck. NorthEscambia.com photos by Kristi Barbour, click to enlarge.

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2 Responses to “No Injuries In Cantonment Three Vehicle Accident”

  1. Tina on June 21st, 2018 12:12 pm

    I travel this road through this intersection 5 days per week. Charlotte is right – they don’t stop and continue around that corner and drive like it’s Sunday sightseeing. You are supposed to STOP people. If you don’t STOP please have the mind to speed up and get the H___ out of my way. I don’t want to be that driver who gets charged with a rear end because you pulled out in front of me. Another scenario: When they do STOP, sit there then decide to pull out in front of you and I look behind me…guess what …no one behind me. Why did you think like an idiot and pull out anyway? Wait 2-3 more seconds and the road is yours.

    Law Enforcement can give out a bundle of tickets for not STOPPING at this intersection. I think I’ll call them so they are aware of the situation.

    Besides, I saw this wreck about 645PM, and it was definitely a serious rear end accident. Glad that no one was injured. Lucky is all I can say. One day they will end up in the creek for not following the rules of the road.

  2. Charlotte on June 21st, 2018 10:30 am

    This doesn’t surprise me. I drive that road about four to five days a week, and see people that don’t stop, they just keep on going when they are coming from 97 onto 297-A. . IT’S A STOP SIGN PEOPLE, NOT A YIELD. I don’t know how many times I’ve just about put my large van on it’s nose to keep from smacking the you know what out of them. Or they sit there watching you come, then pull right out in front of you, and I almost stamp Nissen on their bumper of their car. People will also turn right into the path of on coming vehicles, and then get “T” boned. So, please don’t blame the roads people. It’s the driver.





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