JACKSONVILLE, NC — A multi-vehicle accident involving a fed-ex truck left one person seriously hurt in Jacksonville, FL on Tuesday, December 17th, 2013, according to WITN.
Police believe Stephen Thorne was hurt when the Fed-Ex truck he drove was struck by a pickup truck that police believe ran a red light at the intersection of Western and Memorial. Throne was ejected from the delivery truck in the impact. The Fed-Ex truck kept going without a driver and struck a number of other vehicles.
Scene of the Accident
Stephen Thorne sustained massive injuries in the accident and was taken to nearby Onslow Memorial Hospital where he was last listed in serious condition. On other person in the accident was also hurt in the crash.
Authorities from both local and state agencies are currently assisting with the ongoing investigation.
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