2 killed in a crash on I-75

2 killed in a crash on I-75

I-75, FLORIDA: The reports say Tuesday night on I-75 in Marion County, a man and woman were killed and another passenger was brutally injured, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

The FHP said a van was crashed into some rebar that was hanging out of the rear of the trailer when it was traveling behind a tractor-trailer. The rebar went through the van windshield, hauling the vehicle until the big rig came to a stop. The fatal wreck was reported at 8:28 p.m. near U.S. Highway 27 on I-75 south.

The FHP said, the man driving the van and an 80-year-old woman, both of Pennsylvania, died in the crash. According to an FHP report, another passenger, an 82-year-old Pennsylvania man, suffered critical injuries. All were wearing seat belts.

Troopers said the big rig driver was not wounded.

The crash is under investigation.

A 27-year-old man died in head-on crash between SUV and semi-truck

A 27-year-old man killed in the crash that happened Saturday at State Road 471 and State Road 50. The Florida Highway Patrol is doing the necessary investigation for this fatal crash.

Crash between SUV and semi-truck
The crash between SUV and semi-truck

Troopers said that the crash happened around 11 p.m. Saturday at State Road 471 and State Road 50. The victim was a 27-year-old man from Tampa who was driving an SUV north on SR-471.

Authorities said he attempted to pass another vehicle ahead of him.

Investigators said the SUV was “propelled to the east shoulder and overturned onto its left side.”

More accidents are happening in the recent few days in different cities of Florida. Using preventive measures like wearing a seatbelt, following traffic laws is important.

However, the driver of the semi-truck received minor injuries. The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the crash that left one man dead Sunday morning. Stay updated!


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