Dec 5

Head-On Car Accident in Largo Puts Four in Hospital

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not drivign safelty can cause vehicular homicideA Largo head-on car accident last night put four people in the hospital after a driver lost control of his vehicle, swerved into oncoming traffic and collided head-on with a car, according to the .

According to , Arman H. Mouradian, of Pinellas Park, was driving his vehicle east on Brian Dairy Road near Starkey Road just after 10 p.m. when he lost control while attempting to change lanes. As a result, he ended up in the westbound lanes of Brian Dairy Road and collided head-on with a vehicle driven by Frank C. Berni, of Tampa. Consequently, Mr. Berni’s hit a third vehicle driven by Meghan S. Eveland, of Seminole.

All drivers and Mr. Berni’s passenger were seriously injured and were taken to local hospitals.

Changing lanes can often result in car accidents so it is important that all drivers do it safely. Failing to do so could put innocent people at risk of serious injuries.

Drive safely and watch out for those who don’t.


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