Multiple people were injured in an accident in Port St. Lucie on Sunday, February 4. Police say that a total of seven people sustained injuries in the multi-vehicle crash.
According to a Port St. Lucie police report, a 41-year-old man was driving a 2002 Mazda northbound on Cashmere Boulevard. The man was approximately 500 feet south of the roundabout when the accident occurred. A 57-year-old woman was traveling southbound in a Nissan SUV on NW Cashmere Boulevard and crossed the center line. She hit the Mazda, and then struck another vehicle.
Each of the vehicles in the collision sustained major damage. The Mazda was damaged on the driver’s side as was the SUV in the initial collision. The second collision was head-on, further damaging the Nissan and the third vehicle, a Volkswagen van.
The female driver sustained non-life threatening injuries, which was determined after she was extricated from her vehicle. Two people in the Mazda had non-life threatening injuries as well. A child in the van was transported by air to a hospital and was listed in critical but stable condition.
Further injuries were indicated but not reported, and Port St. Lucie Police Traffic Homicide Investigators are looking into the accident.
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