Florida I-4 SUV rollover crash kills driver-injures passenger

Jackson County SUV rollover wreck kills driver and seriously injures passenger.

Mariana, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–A regular daily drive turned deadly for an Arkansas woman when she fatally wrecked the Ford Explorer SUV she was driving Saturday morning after spilling a beverage on herself. As reported by WJHG News Channel 7 NBC affiliate, the SUV rollover accident occurred in Jackson County, Florida on I-10, four miles east of State Road 7 left the driver dead and the passenger seriously injured.

Barbara Duran of Charleston, Arkansas, was driving a 2002 Ford Explorer SUV down Interstate 10 when she spilled a drink on herself and veered off the road. When the diver of the motor vehicle attempted to bring the Ford Explorer back onto the highway, the SUV began to spin, causing it to rollover multiple times. Duran was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Her spouse, a passenger in automobile, James Duran, 65, was seriously injured in the rollover. James was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital in Marianna by emergency medical crews for treatment of his serious injuries by doctors and nurses. According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), both the driver of the motor vehicle and the passenger had their seat belts on at the time of the fatal automobile accident.

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