JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — UPDATE 11:15 P.M. - The Florida Highway Patrol released a crash report naming the woman killed in the crash.
Karen Moody, 46, from Orange Park was a passenger on a Harley Davidson motorcycle and was killed in the crash.
Samual Greer, 52, from Middleburg was the driver of the motorcycle and had minor injuries. He did not go to a hospital.
Cassandria Hurcherson, 41, from Jacksonville was the driver in the other vehicle, a 2017 Nissan Altima. She did not have any injuries. There were no other passengers in the car.
The crash report said both the motorcycle and the car were traveling North on I-295 in the left lane. The car slowed for traffic and the motorcycle hit the back of the car. Both Greer and Moody were thrown from the motorcycle during the crash and landed in the road in front of the car. As a result, the car ran over Moody, killing her, according to the report.
UPDATE 9:35 P.M. - All lanes are now open.
ORIGINAL STORY - Crews are responding to a traffic crash involving multiple cars and multiple motorcycles at Interstate 295 northbound onramp at 103rd Street.
The northbound lanes are still closed off due to this deadly multi-car crash on I-295. @ActionNewsJax https://t.co/6PMRbMZonI pic.twitter.com/3rUA0wLayH— Dani Bozzini (@DaniANjax) November 21, 2019
All northbound lanes are closed, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department also said motorists should expect lanes to be closed for a while.
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