All eastbound lanes reopened on 103rd Street due to crash with pedestrian

All the eastbound lanes are reopened after a someone was hit in a crash Sunday night. It happened on 103rd near Playpen Drive. News4Jax Reporter Marilyn Parker spoke with the driver of the SUV in this crash, who is shaken up after this.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – All eastbound lanes of 103rd Street at Playpen Drive have reopened after a person was hit by a vehicle. The crash happened just before 8 Sunday night.

There are dents on the driver side and it’s missing the driver side mirror.

The man we spoke with said he was going 35-40 miles per hour when the woman ran out into the road and hit the car.

He said he tried to slam on the breaks but was too late.

After that he said he called 911, turned his car around and went to check on the woman in the road. He said she was conscious at the time, but doesn’t know her condition right now.

A spokesperson for Jacksonville Fire Rescue said one person was taken to the hospital. It’s not clear what their condition is.

“Me and a bunch of other cars stopped and called an ambulance and blocked off traffic,” said Damion Morrison who helped at the scene of the crash.

News4JAX is working to learn if the driver of the vehicle stayed on scene. Check back for updates.