Ocala I-75 ten car crash leaves two women dead

Marion County ten car crash causes 2 driver deaths including ejection from vehicle. News Reported by Daytona Beach personal injury lawyers

Daytona Beach, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Marion County Fire Rescue and Florida Highway Patrol officials say two female drivers died early Monday morning on Interstate 75, at State Road 326 after being involved in a 10 car vehicle collision. As reported by the Star Banner on Monday, a Ford F-150 pickup truck traveling south on I-75 spun out of control this morning causing a 10 car wreck resulting in two drivers dying.

Apparently one driver was ejected from her Toyota and another woman got out of the Dodge Neon she was driving and somehow fell onto the road below the overpass where the fatal wreck occurred. Florida State Troopers are investigating the mysterious pile up which shut down traffic and caused the death of two female drivers. Troopers remain unsure if the woman fell off the overpass or jumped to avoid being hit from another motor vehicle. Both women were transported to Shands at the University of Florida by Marion County Fire Rescue and later died from their injuries.

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