Spring Hill, FL (June 11, 2019) - A trooper was injured in a crash when a driver ran a stop sign on Tuesday, June 11th. The crash occurred at the intersection of Shady Hills Road and Breakwater Lane around 6:00 a.m.
According to reports, a Jeep was traveling westbound when the driver came to the stop sign and failed to stop. The trooper, who had the right of way, was struck by the Jeep. The trooper has not been identified and sustained injuries in the crash which were reported to be non-life-threatening. The driver of the Jeep was not hurt but was cited for running a stop sign.
There is no further information available at this time.
A reportable car accident happens about every 92 seconds in Florida. Car accidents can have catastrophic consequences in a matter of moments. A simple negligent act, such as failing to stop at a stop sign, can result in serious damage, as we see in this unfortunate crash in Spring Hill. Our thoughts are with the injured trooper in the crash and we hope for a full recovery.
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