A 29-year-old woman was killed late Thursday afternoon in a single-vehicle crash just south of Inverness.
The crash occurred at 5:05 p.m. on Pleasant Grove Road, just north of the intersection with Hillsdale Lane.
The driver of a 1989 Honda Civic was heading south on Pleasant Grove Road when she veered off the road, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. It is unknown what caused the woman to exit the roadway.
A 29-year-old passenger was pronounced dead at the scene as a result of the crash.
The driver of the Honda Civic and another passenger both suffered serious injuries. They were taken to Ocala Regional Medical Center.
No further information regarding the crash is available at this time.
A single vehicle accident is exactly how it sounds, a traffic collision that only involves one vehicle. In general, these types of accidents involve a car and a fixed object, like a tree street sign, wall, guardrail or other obstacle. Sometimes these accidents are caused by animals on roadways. Depending on the speed and impact of the crash, a single-vehicle collision may deliver serious and lifelong injuries to the driver or passenger of the vehicle. In many instances, a single-vehicle accident can result in death to the driver and any passengers.
Injuries sustained in a single-vehicle crash can lead to costly medical care and lost wages from time away from work. If a death occurs, you and your family may be left with the financial burden of paying expensive funeral costs and running the household all while dealing with the emotional aftermath that accompanies the unexpected loss of a loved one. Recovering monetary damages from the at-fault party is important so that you can rebuild and recover.
If you or someone you love has been involved in a single-vehicle accident, a Citrus County Auto Accident Lawyer at Whittel & Melton may be able to assist with your injury or wrongful death claim. For a free initial evaluation of your case, please call us today at 352-726-0078 or contact us online.