Yesterday proved to be deadly on the road after two people died in separate Spring Hill car accidents.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, a Spring Hill man died early this morning after his car veered into another lane and crashed headon into another vehicle. The Spring Hill car accident occurred after a driver traveling northbound on Mariner Boulevard, approaching Auburndale lost control and veered into the southbound lane. This caused a head-on collision with a 2001 Nissan Sentra driven by Trevor Caggliano. The driver who crossed over the center line died from his injuries. Mr. Caggliano was reportedly taken to Bayfront Health Spring Hill.
In a separate accident, a Spring Hill woman died Sunday afternoon when she was ejected from a motorcycle after the driver of the motorcycle lost control on a curve. The Tampa Bay Times reports that around 4:51 p.m. Holly Starcia Rich was a passenger on a motorcycle traveling eastbound on State Road 52. As the motorcyclist approached Moon Lake Road, its driver failed to negotiate a curve and struck the center median. Both the driver and Ms. Rich were ejected. Ms. Rich died at the scene and the driver is reportedly listed in critical condition.
These Spring Hill car accidents should remind us of the dangers of driving and how quickly life can change . . . and end . . . because of a car accident. Hug those close to you and drive safely and watch out for those who don’t.
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