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Macclenny woman and Baker High teacher injured in I-10 accident

Police are looking for a white van similar to a Chevy Astro that may have contributed to a serious accident on Interstate 10 this morning in which a Macclenny woman and a Baker County High School teacher were injured west of SR 23 about 6:50 am.

Terri Carrigg, 52, of Macclenny suffered serious, but non-life threatening injuries and Baker County native Sara Elisabeth Norman Gerard, 27, who also goes by Sara Beth Summers, sustained critical injuries when their vehicles collided in the east bound lanes of the interstate.

Ms. Gerard's vehicle was westbound when it crossed the median and struck Ms. Carrigg's vehicle head on.

"It's unknown at this time if the Chevy van struck the Toyota Scion [driven by Ms. Gerard] or if the driver of the Chevy van was changing lanes or made a maneuver to cause the driver of Toyota to travel into the grass median," Florida Highway Patrol Trooper J. Farley's report of the crash reads.

"The Florida Highway Patrol would like the public's assistance in locating the white van, and its driver, that may have been involved in this case. If you have any information regarding this crash, please call 904-301-3700," the report states.

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