Sarasota, FL (June 26, 2019) - A serious rollover crash was reported in Sarasota on Tuesday, June 25th. Around 4:00 p.m., rescue workers responded to the northbound lanes of I-75, near mile marker 196.
The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office also responded to the crash scene. Police report that the crash involved at least one car, a tan SUV, which was lying on its side when officers arrived on the scene. There were at least two occupants in the SUV at the time of the collision. Police report that the two people were taken to a local hospital as a trauma alert with serious injuries. No further word was given on their conditions or the cause of the crash.
The incident remains under investigation at this time.
Each year, Florida will see about 250,000 injury accidents statewide. When a rollover crash takes place, injuries are almost certain to result. The impact of a rollover can cause catastrophic and debilitating consequences, even death in some cases. Rollover accidents are typically caused by the speed of the vehicles involved and the force of the impact. In this crash, police will continue to investigate the cause.
If you have been hurt in a Florida car accident that was not your fault, you have legal rights that must be protected. At Rubenstein Law, we will fight for you and stand up to the insurance companies to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve. You should not let a car accident ruin your life. For your free consultation, please call us at any time, at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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