The auto accident happened on a Lakeland, Florida highway when the driver of the F-150 tried to pass a Nissan Altima from the left lane. When the rear quarter panel of the pickup hit the front passenger side of the Nissan, the impact caused both drivers to lose control. The F-150 went careening through the median into oncoming traffic, slamming into a 1998 Mazda Protégé. The truck was torn into three pieces and strewn across the highway. The driver of the Protégé was trapped inside for forty-five minutes. She was flown to the hospital where she was later pronounced dead. The driver of the F-150 suffered minor injuries; no on in the Altima was hurt.
According to witnesses, the driver of the F-150 had been driving erratically prior to the accident. What is unknown is why. Was he under the influence of alcohol or drugs? Distracted by a telephone call? The accident is still under investigation and no charges have been filed. It is uncertain whether any of the victims will file a lawsuit. What is certain is the grief that follows for the family of the young woman driving the Protégé. Even before the grief subsides, her family may face financial hardship. Death of a family member can have devastating legal and financial consequences.
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