Four Vehicles are involved in a fiery collision that caused four people to die and three people facing injuries that happened Friday night on the west side of Jacksonville.
According to Florida Highway Patrol officials, the driver of a Toyota Corolla hit a Jeep Patriot which then caught on fire from the collision.
The driver of the Toyota Corolla was identified as 30-year-old Evelyn Denise Tyson. Tyson had three passengers along with her and were identified as 42-year-old Thaddeus Thomas Sutton, 35-year-old Christina Marie Davies and 12-years-old Antonio Hardwick Jr., which were all pronounced dead at the scene.
Tyson was taken to UF Health Jacksonville and remains in critical condition. Another 9-year-old Passenger that was in the Toyota is Gloria Bunks who also remains in critical condition.
The driver of the Jeep Patriot has not be unidentified but has also died on the scene.
Troopers also reported that a second crash happened that involved a GMC and Chevrolet pickup truck.
FHP stated that the Chevrolet pickup truck collided on the side of the Corolla that was sitting on the roadway. This impact led the Corolla to slide to the side of the GMC pickup.
The driver of the Chevrolet pickup was identified as 50-year-old Herbert Williams who was taken to Ed Fraser Hospital located in Macclenny and who was treated for minor injuries.
18-year-old Cheyenne Wester was behind the GMC pickup and was not injured at all.
Florida Highway Patrol is still investigating the cause of the crash.