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A deadly motorcycle crash was reported Thursday morning in the World Golf Village area, the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office said.
Two people died in a crash Friday night on I-295 southbound near Dunn Avenue, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Both the vehicle and motorcycle were traveling north on Monument Road before crashing into each other.
Sasha Pringle, who was convicted of DUI manslaughter and leaving the scene of a fatal crash after a February 2010 death on the Buckman Bridge just won a new trial on the second charge.
Two women are dead after a head-on crash early Monday morning with an out-of-service Jacksonville Transportation Authority bus, authorities said.
A 35-year-old woman was killed Saturday morning when the car she was riding in was hit by another vehicle, pushing it into on-coming traffic that resulted in a head-on collision, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
Travelers are hitting the roads and taking to the skies for the Thanksgiving holiday, in numbers not seen since before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Before starting your holiday travel, it is important to make sure your car is ready for the road.
Gas stations are full and roads are busy with people traveling home to see their loved ones for Thanksgiving.
Millions of Floridians are expected to hit the highways this week for Thanksgiving, but fueling those trips will be more expensive than the Sunshine State has seen in eight years, according to AAA.
Thanksgiving travel is expected to break pre-pandemic records this year with 53.4 million Americans expected to travel for the holiday.
The AAA auto club is predicting more than 53.4 million people to travel for Thanksgiving in 2021. That’s up 13% from 2020.
The holiday travel surge starts Friday.
Allegiant this week begins nonstop service from Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) to Nashville and the Washington, D.C., area.