Car Accident Report –Three MD Teens Die
Teen driver drifts into oncoming lane causing fatal head-on car accident
Four Die in Wrong-Way MD Crash
A sedan carrying three teenagers traveled the wrong way, against traffic, on Route 50 in Anne Arundel County, MD, leading to a crash resulting in four fatalities. The 19-year-old driver of the car crashed head-on into another car, killing the teen and both teenaged passengers, as well as the driver of the other car. The police are continuing to investigate the crash and are relying on 911 tapes, where other drivers reported the wrong-way vehicle, and witnesses for information. The accident occurred around 3:30 a.m. Saturday.
One Teen Dies, Three Injured in Ohio Accident
A Waynesville, OH automobile accident last Thursday left one teenager dead and three others injured. The vehicle in which the teen was traveling was struck by a Chevy Blazer at the intersection of South Main St. and Ohio 73. Police believe the 17-year-old driver of the car failed to yield to the Blazer. The driver and two other passengers, aged, 18 and 19-years-old are all listed as critical at the hospital. No one was injured in the Blazer. Police are still investigating and said charges are pending.
Fatal Florida Car Accident
A Friday morning car crash on I-75 near Naples, FL, left one woman dead and two others injured. The 5:30 a.m. accident occurred after a driver fell asleep at the wheel of his Buick LeSabre and rear-ended the Nissan Sentra where the deceased was a rear-seat passenger. The LeSabre went off the road, crossed a ditch and stopped at a barbed wire fence. The Sentra spun out across the southbound lanes and came to a stop in the median. The driver of the Sentra was not injured. The driver of the LeSabre and a passenger in the Sentra were treated for minor injuries. I-75 was closed for nearly three hours.
Multi-Vehicle Pileup in Florida
Still days later, the Florida Highway Patrol is continuing to investigate a massive 19 vehicle pile-up that happened early Sunday morning near Gainesville, Florida. In the chain-reaction crash, eleven people died and at least 21 people were injured, according to the Gainesville Sun. The accident occurred when smoke from a nearby fire and heavy fog converged over I-75. The series of crashes began around 3:45 a.m. Sunday morning when drivers on both sides of the interstate were blinded by the thick smoke and fog. Passenger cars, SUVs, tractor-trailers and motor homes were all involved in the accident.
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