Golf cart crashes into fire hydrant

Alexandra Torres-Perez

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On Aug. 14, UNFPD and Jacksonville Fire Rescue responded to a call regarding a golf cart that crashed against a fire hydrant on campus.

According to the police report, a UNF employee was driving the golf cart on the sidewalk, when the metal bracket that secures the window frame hit a fire hydrant. This caused the golf cart to stop abruptly, injuring the employee.  

The employee injured his nose, face, back, left arm, left shin and toe. He was taken to Baptist Hospital by Jacksonville Fire Rescue for medical attention.

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