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SUV Overturns After Rear Ending Pickup Truck

SPRING HILL – A two vehicle accident injured one person this afternoon in front of an office plaza at 4067 Mariner Blvd.

According to witnesses, the overturned SUV pictured below, rear ended a white Dodge pickup truck at the entrance to the plaza.

The female driver of the SUV was transported to a local hospital with unknown injuries. The pickup truck was occupied by several children but there are no reported injuries.

The Florida Highway Patrol is en route to investigate the cause of the accident.

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  • Is this a new game????

    Sunday, 5 July 2015, 2:46 pm
  • The over population in Spring Hill of elderly people doesn’t help us here half of them can’t see or react like they need to. Then the people on the phone when they should be driving.

    Saturday, 4 July 2015, 11:45 pm
  • 50 and Mariner is the worst what a mess up there.

    Friday, 3 July 2015, 3:07 pm
  • Another Roll over here in Hernando County Really amazing how many accidents resulting in so may vehicle roll overs, This place has become a very dangerous place to drive around in.. Too many people not paying attention to what they should be doing and speeding and this is only the tip of the iceberg because things are going to get worse.

    Friday, 3 July 2015, 3:00 pm
  • Sending prayers to all involved

    Friday, 3 July 2015, 8:22 am
  • everyday driving is nuts in spring hill

    Thursday, 2 July 2015, 7:38 pm
  • Jez this was my son n grandson tg very much there ok

    Thursday, 2 July 2015, 7:15 pm
  • As an old pilot and owner of way to many older sports cars in my time I’m very familiar with energy absorption but today vehicles are sardine cans made of way to thin medal….Remember being a passenger of a car that flipped over several times on the Charles Parkway in Boston in the early 70s and when that old 60s tank of the driver came to a rest in the middle of the parkway we all climbed out from the upside down car that really wasn’t all that damaged….Not one of six that where in that car had a scratch and none us had seat belts on either…The vehicle stayed intact without even losing a window…
    Todays cars of much thinner medal and zero frames begin there emploding process before the car begins its full rollover twisting its body, busting out windows and doors then hurling unfortunately, unbuckled occupants out of those broken windows or doors…Medal automobile bodys today are so thin you could cut through them with a can opener.

    Thursday, 2 July 2015, 6:23 pm
    • Ron, I am sorry sir but you are wrong. Dead wrong. My father worked for Chrysler for 30 years from 1972-2002. I grew up hearing words and phrases like crumple zones, supplemental restraint systems, anti-lock braking systems, etc as these systems were implemented by federal mandate. The “how was your day at work dear” conversation was always interesting at our house.

      What you are comparing above is apples and oranges. Frontal impacts and roll overs are two different animals altogether. Even in modern cars roll overs produce one of two scenarios: no injuries or deadly injuries. There is no middle ground, or, at the very least, rarely any middle ground. If we are to believe your story above about a roll over and the car rolling “several times” with “not a scratch on us” and “none of us had seat belts on either” then all I can say is you all got lucky, very lucky as for a vehicle to roll several times, significant speed is required.

      If you don’t want to take my word for it, having been around this sort of thing my whole life coupled with over 20 years public safety experience (paramedic) fine, so be it. You may, however, want to view this video linked on YouTube which shows a 1959 BelAir vs 2009 Malibu. It may cause you to rethink your position.

      Happy motoring.

      Friday, 3 July 2015, 3:30 pm
  • The vehicle does this to absorb energy. it’s suppose to reduce energy transfer to the cabin of the vehicle. That is why vehicles look like a complete loss, yet people walk away

    Thursday, 2 July 2015, 4:52 pm
  • Amazing that cars just disintegrate on impact these days..May as well just start building them out plastic…Maybe they could keep the cost of replacement parts down that way…Just about every rollover today results in a total wreck.

    Thursday, 2 July 2015, 4:16 pm
  • Most likely on the phone

    Thursday, 2 July 2015, 4:10 pm
    • Agree 🙁 Mariner is worse than 19 in my opinion..

      Thursday, 2 July 2015, 4:41 pm

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