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Separate Crashes Kill Three on Hernando, Pasco Roadways – CORRECTION

REGIONAL – Three people died yesterday in separate crashes across Hernando and Pasco Counties.

27-year-old Casey Weishar of Spring Hill Died Thursday, after a three vehicle accident occurred at the intersection of Bellamy Brothers Blvd and Darby Road in Dade City.

According to officials, Weishar was traveling southbound on Bellamy Brothers Blvd, on his Honda motorcycle, when he rear-ended a Chevy Suburban, driven by Dawn Fleming of Brooksville, at the intersection of Darby Road. A Jeep Grand Cherokee, driven by 34-year-old Jason Scott also failed to stop and collided with the rear of Weishar’s motorcycle, pinning him between both vehicles. Weishar died at the scene of the crash.

A second accident occurred just after midnight Thursday that claimed the life of 29-year-old Alliet Amadis of Brooksville. According to officials, Amadis was traveling eastbound on SR-50 when for unknown reasons he crossed over the median, over the westbound lanes, and into a tree. Amadis died at the scene from injuries suffered in the crash.

Last night 31-year-old Dennis Michael Denson of Winter Haven died after a head-on collision occurred on Old Lakeland Highway, north of Lynbrook Drive. According to officials, Denson was traveling northbound, when for unknown reasons he entered the southbound lanes and collided head-on with a semi-tractor-trailer, driven by 49-year-old Jose Hiram Lopez Franco. Denson died at the scene from his injuries. Franco was not injured.

CORRECTION: Earlier today RNRF reported that 29-year-old Casey Weishar died after he rear-ended a Jeep Cherokee, driven by Jason Scott and in turn, Weishar was rear-ended by Dawn Fleming who was driving a Chevy Suburban. We were incorrect in reporting the progression of vehicles. Weishar actually collided with the rear of the Chevy Suburban and in turn, he was rear-ended by the Jeep Cherokee. We apologize for the error.

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  • It is a shame when someone set out to read something and educate themselves on an issue,then make comments that have nothing to do with the story. Like facts written in paper. Phone and text had nothing to do with this. Jason Scotts Mom R.I.P. was a hardcore rider, Jason has been around bike since 3 yes old and is a rider himself. He’s so devastated and overwhelmed with remorse. Yes speed gets crazy on that road. All the more reason not to come to a full stop just past those turns on Darby in front of the Bellamy ranch. The rider didn’t see her nor did Jason see them. Everyone assumes the person in front of them take off coming out of the turns there ,especially a bike. Being part of the 1% makes it just so much harder to deal with. Most times you don’t know the people you’ve had an accident with. Long hard road ahead prarys to all involved…..

    Tuesday, 14 March 2017, 10:04 pm
    • Thank you so much

      Sunday, 19 March 2017, 3:03 am
  • It was extremly foggy thursday morning on bellamy brothers…god bless all involed.

    Tuesday, 7 March 2017, 2:38 am
  • So sorry for everyone’s lose No do-overs, change of their mind. So upsetting that this is where they ended up, when all had big plans, I’m sure.

    Sunday, 5 March 2017, 10:48 pm
  • Man that’s crazy!!! Feel so sorry for there loss… One of these stories was a very good friend of mine RIP DENNIS FLY HIGH BROTHER!!!

    Sunday, 5 March 2017, 12:52 pm
  • Very sad al the way around but to many people just aren’t paying attention to the road and the texting and speeding is out of control very scary anymore out there this shouldn’t be happening

    Friday, 3 March 2017, 9:28 pm
    • Dui . For phone use. Any ?

      Friday, 3 March 2017, 11:02 pm
  • Thank you for correcting greatly appreciate it

    Friday, 3 March 2017, 6:14 pm
      • Thomas,
        People that are “speculating” this might have been caused by texting or being on FB?
        Perhaps comments should be posted that are based primarily on facts in the article.
        Families are grieving and all people have is “texting and FB”
        Accidents have been around for centuries, long before cellular devices. Medical conditions, falling asleep, heart attacks, or even just pure accident in itself.
        I’m just blown away at the amount of responses that have nothing to do with the article but just ignorance.
        Unforgiving society….
        You said “It was unknown”
        Boom, telephone game started.

        Saturday, 4 March 2017, 7:59 pm
        • Distracted driving 99% of the time causes it. The one % have to watch out but for it.

          Saturday, 4 March 2017, 10:29 pm
  • I wonder how many of them was on their cell phone texting or looking at Facebook maybe one day in the State of Florida will pass a law making in the first degree misdemeanor and start writing tickets and enforce the law prayers to all the family. And if the state troopers would do their job and set at the Pasco County and Hernando County Line on Culbreth Rd they could stop a lot of this . Vehicles go by there 60 plus mile an hour I see it every morning but that’s what you call Selective enforcement same way with the county cops

    Friday, 3 March 2017, 4:14 pm
    • Same thing on spring lake highway. Idiots on phones.

      Friday, 3 March 2017, 10:52 pm
    • Why does it always get pointed to texting?
      Lives are lost, accidents occur. That’s how rumors start…unless it’s in the article, leave it out!
      Can someone please point out in the written article where the “actual” cause of car veering off was stated?

      Saturday, 4 March 2017, 7:53 pm
  • FHP needs to do something about the reckless driving from Cukbreath rd to Bellamy all the way to 52. It’s the wild Wild West from the hours of 6 AM -9:00 AM and 2:30PM -7:30 pm. I am surprised there are not more fatalaities.

    Friday, 3 March 2017, 4:03 pm
  • Three lives cut short. None of us are guaranteed tomorrow. Hug your families and be careful out there.

    Friday, 3 March 2017, 12:33 pm

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