Horrifying moment jetskier, 30, rides into the path of an oncoming boat

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Horrifying moment jetskier, 30, rides into the path of an oncoming boat leading to life-threatening injuries Security cameras caught the moment a jetskier collided directly with a boat The boat, piloted by Jeffrey Lawrence Gustafson, 49, ran over the victim, Lex Logan Sammons, 30, who suffered serious injuries as a result of the collision Sammons is listed in critical condition at a local hospital The FWC is investigating the accident but so far no charges have been filed

By James Gordon For Dailymail.com

Published: 22:22 BST, 21 September 2019 | Updated: 22:22 BST, 21 September 2019

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A jetskier ended up suffering life-threatening injuries after colliding head-on with a boat in a Florida river.

The crash was caught on surveillance footage by nearby cameras and saw the man being run over by a pleasurecraft that was cruising along the Hillsborough River in .

In the video, the jet ski rider, Lex Logan Sammons, 30, appeared to be at fault as he suddenly made a tight u-turn right into the path of a boat, which then plowed into him. The impact shattered his skull and knocked him unconscious. 

A jetski ridden by Lex Logan Sammons, 30, was cruising along the Hillsborough River in Tampa

A jetski ridden by Lex Logan Sammons, 30, was cruising along the Hillsborough River in

Sammons made a sudden u-turn but seemed to lose complete spatial awareness as he did so

Sammons made a sudden u-turn but seemed to lose complete spatial awareness as he did so

Jeffrey Lawrence Gustafson, 49, was operating the 21-foot boat that hit Lex Logan Sammons, 30, just moments away in this picture

Jeffrey Lawrence Gustafson, 49, was operating the 21-foot boat that hit Lex Logan Sammons, 30, just moments away in this picture

Jeffrey Lawrence Gustafson, 49, was operating the 21-foot boat that hit Sammons.

He immediately turned around while another man on board jumped into the water to

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