SAN ANTONIO, FL – An accident in Pasco County Thursday morning shut down a stretch of Interstate 75 and left three people injured.
According to The Suncoast News, the driver of a sedan lost control on I-75 south after the vehicle had a flat tire near the exit for State Road 52 at about 11:35 a.m. The car went across the highway, overturned and hit a center guardrail. All three men inside were taken to a local hospital to be treated for minor injuries, the Florida Highway Patrol said. They were the driver, a 47-year-old Adel, Georgia resident, and two passengers: a 47-year-old from Nashville, Georgia and a 56-year-old Melbourne, Florida resident.
Portions of the southbound lanes of I-75 were closed to traffic for over two hours while the accident scene was being cleared.
A serious car accident can result in extremely challenging and stressful consequences for those affected, but the experienced legal team at Kemp, Ruge and Green can help. Our Pasco County Car Accident Lawyers have earned millions of dollars in compensation for our clients who have been injured in car crashes, and we are ready to bring our skill and experience to your specific case if the need should arise. To schedule a free consultation where we can review your situation, call today at 727-835-8327 or use our online contact form.
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