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Palm Coast Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019 1 week ago

6 crashes in 5 days block Flagler County/Palm Coast roadways

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Reports from fire and law enforcement.
by: Brian McMillan Executive Editor

Did you see ambulances and fire trucks racing by recently? Here are six crashes that closed roads temporarily in Flagler County. Send photos or eye-witness accounts to [email protected].

Nov. 5

According to Palm Coast Fire Department's Patrick Juliano, at 1:52 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, Engine 24 and Palm Coast Fire Police responded to a motor vehicle crash in front of 99 Florida Park Drive. Two vehicles were involved in a collision. There were no injuries. Florida Park Drive was temporarily closed to allow Flagler County Fire Rescue to attend to patients and any vehicle hazards such as leaking fluid, etc. Florida Park Drive was reopened, and the scene was left with Flagler County Sheriffs Office and Fire Police. According Julie Murphy, the Flagler County public information officer, Fire Rescue 22 responded.

Nov. 5

A crash with injuries was reported at Belle Terre Parkway and Parkview Drive, with road blockage.

Nov. 4

A two-truck crash was reported at 11:36 a.m. at 3325 U.S. 1 S., with both southbound lanes shut down temporarily. There were no injuries or other hazards, according to Brittany Kershaw, public affairs manager with the Flagler County Sheriff's Office.

Nov. 2

A single vehicle accident was reported on I-95 southbound near mile marker 283. The vehicle ended up in the woodline in the right shoulder.

Nov. 2

A crash was reported on Palm Coast Parkway eastbound on top of I-95. Traffic was backed up, according to the Sheriff's Office.

Nov. 1

A crash was reported by the Sheriff's Office at State Street and East Moody Boulevard. State Street at State Road 11 was shut down.

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