MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — UPDATE (4:27 p.m. 8/17/20): On Friday, Aug. 14, at about 6:09 p.m., Mobile police responded to University Boulevard at Eight Mile Creek Bridge in reference to a traffic crash. Officers observed that there were four passengers in one vehicle who were ejected and five vehicles involved. A Saturn passed a Chevy truck northbound on University Boulevard and struck a Nissan Armada head-on in the southbound lane. The Saturn then struck a Lincoln Town Car that was behind the Armada. The four occupants of the Saturn were all ejected. The Chevy truck struck one of the ejected occupants as he came to a stop. A U-Haul truck was struck by debris. Six occupants were transported to the hospital, four occupants for serious injuries and two occupants for minor injuries.
UPDATE (9:01 P.M. 8/14/20): Mobile Fire-Rescue says four people were ejected from a in a multi-vehicle accident on University Boulevard Friday evening. One person was trapped under a car. Six people were treated for varying degrees of injury, from minor to severe trauma.
Mobile Fire-Rescue says a person is trapped under a car and multiple people were ejected in a wreck at 2700 N. University Blvd., close to Bear Fork Road.
The road is blocked off. Expect delays in the area.
News 5 is working to gather more details.
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