Third Vehicle Possibly Involved in Deadly Accident on Mariner Blvd
SPRING HILL – Two people lost their lives Thursday and two remain hospitalized, after a catastrophic accident on Mariner Blvd (TWO CONFIRMED DEAD AFTER HORRIFIC CRASH ON MARINER BLVD- VICTIMS IDENTIFIED).
With the painful loss still fresh in the hearts and minds of grief-stricken loved ones, speculation of reckless driving, high-speed racing, and even a third vehicle begin to swirl around the already heart-breaking disaster.
According to an update by the Florida Highway Patrol, a third vehicle, described only as a black sedan, may have had non-contact involvement.
There were conflicting accounts by witnesses of what may have caused to the crash, but one thing they all agree on, is that the 25-year-old Rahimer Mejia Travieso was speeding. That information has been confirmed by officials.
If anyone has information on the black sedan that may have been involved, you are asked to contact the Florida Highway Patrol at 813-631-4020.
UPDATE: A Memorial Fund has been established in honor of Lisa Cole and her daughter, who continues to fight for her life.
A 9-year employee of the Brooksville Dairy Queen, owner Dan Byrne says “Lisa was a role model for all of us… It is a huge loss for her family, Brooksville and the world.”
Donations can be dropped off at the Dairy Queen, located at 901 S. Broad Street or Florida Community Bank, located at 1000 S. Broad Street. For more information call 352-754-9333.
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