[UPDATE] 5-23 7:10am -
WCTV contacted the Florida Highway Patrol about the accident, but they had no further updates as of 7am.
(UPDATE) 5/22 10:20p.m. By: Danielle Sommerfeld
A crash on I-10 leaves four people injured and one of them in serious condition.
The Florida Highway Patrol says the crash happened around 4:30 this afternoon and shut down the west bound traffic of I-10 for about 30 minutes.
FHP says, a juvenile was driving a Chevy Sedan when it began moving into the left lane and flipped about one and a half times.
The cause for the car to flip is still unknown.
A woman with serious injuries was airlifted from the scene to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
Florida Highway Patrol says that there has been a single vehicle accident on I-10 Westbound.
The accident occurred earlier Sunday afternoon, around mile marker 248 in Madison County. The vehicle was said to be moving into the left lane when something caused it to flip.
Four people were in the car. All four are injured, but one is in serious condition and being life flighted to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. I-10 Westbound was temporarily closed for the helicopter to land.
Our team is on the scene and we will bring you more information as it becomes available.
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