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3 Crashes in Space of 33 Minutes on Flagler Roads: 4 Vehicles, 4 Injuries, All Minor

| July 10, 2019

The Volkswagen Jetta after the crash on Seminole Woods Boulevard at noon. (© FlaglerLive)

The Volkswagen Jetta after the crash on Seminole Woods Boulevard at noon. (© FlaglerLive)

There was no lunch-hour for Flagler’s emergency responders today. In the span of 33 minutes between 12:01 and 12:34 p.m. today, rescuers from Flagler County and Palm Coast and sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to three separate crashes, each thought at first to be severe, each proving to be more spectacular than grave, though four people ended up transported to the local hospital with minor injuries.

The first crash took place on Seminole Woods Boulevard at 12:01 p.m. when an older man driving a red Volkswagen Jetta south on the boulevard lost control just past the intersection with the south branch of Ulaturn Trail. Indications at the scene show the car’s tracks veering off the road to the right shoulder in a wide arc, then an over-correction that sent the car sharply back on the highway, smashing across the median, shearing off a tree, overturning across the northbound lanes and coming to a rest upright on the shoulder of the northbound lane.

The vehicle was totaled. A dozen responders’ units reported to the scene, but the driver was soon on a bench and alert before being transported to AdventHealth Palm Coast, just up the road. Seminole Woods Boulevard northbound was briefly shut down then reduced to one lane until Roger’s Towing got to the scene to tow the vehicle. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the crash.

While responders were at that scene they got the call of the I-95 crash at 12:30 p.m. and most of them cleared out to go there. Early reports to authorities were that a semi truck clipped a small white sedan or a small SUV, which overturned, smashed into one of the newer light poles on the highway (and took it down) before coming to a rest against what was left of it. The semi pulled off the road. Two occupants were taken to AdventHealth with minor injuries. The crash took place at mile marker 284, near the State Road 100 interchange. The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating that crash.

Four minutes later, another crash, that one involving a motorcycle, or a scooter, on east State Road 100, between the two branches of Blackpoint Road. A 21-year-old woman suffered a skinned forehead and scrapes to the arm and shoulder, but was conscious and talking, and was transported to AdventHealth, authorities said. State Road 100 was very briefly closed in that area. The Palm Coast Fire Police assisted in traffic control at various crashes.

The Jetta's path through the median. The car uprooted a tree. (© FlaglerLive)

The Jetta’s path through the median. The car uprooted a tree. (© FlaglerLive)

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11 Responses for “3 Crashes in Space of 33 Minutes on Flagler Roads: 4 Vehicles, 4 Injuries, All Minor”

  1. Laurie says:

    For heavens sake people,,, SLOW DOWN and PAY ATTENTION!! So glad the injuries weren’t worse. A 2 year old could drive better than the majority of the morons out there that are driving…..

  2. Richard says:

    The Planets & Stars must have been all lined up for that to occur. Glad there were no major injures or deaths. Way to go first responders, you’re the best!

  3. TheTruth says:

    People speed all over the place, it is like the wild wild west driving around here. What is the rush? This is the results. SLOW DOWN AND STAY SAFE.


    And yet the Sheriff, who already got EXTRA deputies, and is looking for more, does not seem to want to patrol for speeders and other traffic violators.(might put too many miles on the “personally” kept transportation awarded deputies?? )
    Mr. Staly (for whom I voted), you have become a disappointment.

  5. Ivelisse Lisa cancel says:

    Bring back the cameras

  6. Alonzo Hudson says:

    No deaths thank God.

  7. Madd says:

    Yes people do need to slow down in some cases speed is not the problem it’s people who just do look around before they go into an intersection or they are trying to beat the light change lanes without looking or a signal seem to be to busy with other things while driving with no consideration for others on the road

  8. gmath55 says:

    The cameras were called red light cameras, hence they were put at four-way intersections. There may have been a camera on I-95. These accidents are not at intersections so please explain how cameras would help.

  9. Oliver Hardy says:

    Lunch break? That’s some funny stuff right there. Signed a retired First Responder

  10. Young Driver says:

    I can count on two hands the amount of times My boyfriend and I have almost gotten into car accidents this week because of other people driving like idiots. People need to stop driving like assholes, put their phones down and pay attention.

  11. CB from PC says:

    Ticket the aholes passing on double yellow lines, running stop signs and lights, and my personal favorite, blackened windows and license plate covers.
    Most of the drivers around here are incapable of chewing gum and walking simultaneously.
    And no, it is not Seniors, but
    1. Young millenials stoked on their narcissistic sense of self-importance.
    2. Clowns driving trucks overcompensating for their manhood deficiencies.

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