Jacksonville, Fla. — A police officer is recovering from injuries after being involved in a Florida car accident Tuesday night.
Officer John Williams was responding to an automobile accident on I-295 at Old St. Augustine Road, with his emergency lights on when his police car was rear-ended by another vehicle according to a Florida Highway Patrol spokesperson.
Williams, 43, was slowing down as he arrived at an accident scene just after 9 p.m. when the car behind him struck his police cruiser in the rear. The crash was so severe that it catapulted the police car into a third vehicle, which was then pushed into a fourth car.
The officer was the only person injured in the crash.
Coreyian Garvin, 20, was charged with causing the accident.
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