Alachua County, FL (June 9, 2019) - Alachua County Fire Rescue responded to a rollover crash on I-75 on Saturday, June 8th. The incident occurred at mile marker 394.
When crews arrived, they found an SUV overturned in a ditch off the roadway. The SUV had a total of nine occupants at the time of the crash. Seven of the nine occupants were taken to a local hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. There is no word on the exact nature of the injuries or what caused the accident to occur. Police are still investigating.
There is no further information available at this time.
Approximately 250,000 injury accidents occur each year in Florida. Many reported crashes involve vehicle rollovers due to the force of impact. Rollover collisions can result in serious injuries, including head, neck, and spinal cord injuries. We hope that all who were injured in this accident are able to have a complete recovery from their injuries.
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