JSO (Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office) Deputy Injured in 3 Vehicle Automobile Accident on Beaver Street

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A recent 3-car wreck on West Beaver Street in Jacksonville, Florida, caused personal injuries to multiple victims. The worst of the nine victims was Officer Terry A. Thiem, 45, a 6-year veteran of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. Thiem’s patrol car collided with two other vehicles while he was responding to a burglary call around 7:15 a.m. Thiem was traveling westbound on Beaver Street when 30-year-old Katrina Bobbitt attempted to turn left onto the road from Line Street. Bobbitt’s Pontiac Grand Prix struck the side of Thiem’s patrol car. The impact caused the patrol car to spin counterclockwise and into the path of an eastbound Pontiac Vibe with five teenage passengers and a 34-year-old driver inside. The trunk and hood of the patrol car were torn open and the rear bumper was practically peeled off. The Vibe sustained damage to the driver’s front corner and the front of the Grand Prix was heavily damaged. The roof of the Vibe had to be removed in order for paramedics to reach the passengers. Thiem was ejected from his patrol car and into the street. He was taken to Shands Jacksonville in critical condition. Bobbitt had her 5-year-old child in the car with her but the two were not hurt, both were reported to have worn seat belts. Danny Lashawn Jones, the driver of the Vibe, suffered serious personal injuries. The passengers in the Vibe were Larrance Stanley, 13, and Monisa Wright, Jameisha Moultrie, Garrison Wright and Preston Hordage, all 14. Only Monisa wore her seat belt, but all the Vibe’s passengers suffered minor personal injuries. For more read 3-car wreck in Jacksonville, Florida sends JSO Deputy to Shands Jacksonville in critical condition.

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