TAMPA, FL – One woman is dead and four people are hurt following an accident involving three vehicles on I-75 Friday, according to WFLA.
A semi-truck carrying gas tanks struck another semi-truck carrying clothes that was stopped on the outside shoulder.
The impact caused the gas tanks to fall off the truck on land on a Buick Enclave SUV occupied by four people. One of the four occupants, a 49-year-old woman, died. The other three occupants, including a 10-year-old and a 4-year-old, were injured in the accident.
In addition to the people inside the Enclave, the semi-truck driver who was hauling clothes was also hurt in the incident.
Kemp, Ruge and Green’s Tampa truck accident lawyers are here to help you navigate the complex Florida legal system if you have been hurt in an accident involving a semi-truck that someone else caused. You can reach us to schedule a free consultation by calling 727-847-4878 or completing our contact form.
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