ZEPHYRHILLS, FL – One driver died and another was seriously injured when their vehicles crashed head-on in Pasco County Tuesday morning, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
The Florida Highway Patrol said an SUV driver was headed east on Eiland Boulevard near Fountain Road when the accident occurred at about 11:15 a.m. The driver, a 65-year-old woman, crossed over the center line into the westbound lane, where she struck a van driven by a 79-year-old man.
The man, a Jamestown, Virginia resident, was pronounced dead of his injuries at an area hospital. The driver of the SUV, a woman from Wesley Chapel, was seriously injured.
State troopers said she was wearing her seat belt but the other driver was not. The FHP did not release any details on what may have caused the woman to enter the opposite lane.
When vehicles collide head-on the results can be devastating, with an increased risk of serious injuries or fatalities. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in such a tragic crash, the Pasco County Car Accident Lawyers at the Kemp, Ruge and Green law firm stand ready to help. We will fight tirelessly for the resources you need for medical bills, lost income, and other losses resulting from the accident. Request a free consultation today so we can answer all your case specific questions. Call us today at 727-325-5512 to get started.
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