Two people were injured in an accident on I-75 today in Florida. The first truck had gas tanks that separated, causing the cotton clothing inside to catch fire. A man from St. Petersburg was injured, but fortunately, he suffered only minor injuries. Another tractor-trailer, loaded with cotton clothing, stopped and came to rest in the middle of the interstate. The i-75 accident today is the first to cause this type of catastrophe.
i-75 accident caused gas tanks on first truck to separate
The gas tanks on the first truck separated, falling onto the northbound Buick Enclave. The gas tanks separated from the truck, crushing the Buick and killing the passenger, a 49-year-old woman from Ruskin, Texas. The accident also caused damage to a parked truck loaded with cotton clothing products. The driver of the parked truck was injured, but escaped with minor injuries. The drivers of the second truck and the first semitrailer also suffered minor injuries.
A truck accident on Interstate 75 in Georgia recently caused the gas tanks on the first truck to separate. One semitrailer struck the other and sent the vehicle over the median. The impact caused 125 vehicles to stop and shut down both directions of traffic. Four people died, and many were injured. The first truck had its gas tanks split and spread gasoline throughout the highway. In the pileup, the gas tanks of both vehicles separated from one another.
i-75 accident caused cotton clothing to catch on fire
A fatal I-75 accident has left four people dead and injured. A tractor-trailer carrying gas tanks crashed onto a Buick Enclave traveling north on the center lane. The driver of the truck, a 49-year-old Ruskin woman, was killed in the collision. The Buick’s 22-year-old driver, along with two young boys, suffered minor injuries. When the gas tanks landed on the SUV, they ignited and caught fire. The truck stopped, and the two occupants of the SUV were also injured, but were not seriously injured. The driver of the second semi-trailer suffered minor injuries.
The crash occurred at 10:05 a.m. on Interstate 75 near Exit 256 in Lakeland, Fla., and involved a tractor-trailer driving northbound. The driver was traveling in the outside lane when the truck drifted onto the shoulder and hit the parked truck. The impact sent the natural gas tanks on the truck’s trailer airborne. The blaze consumed the cotton clothing inside the truck.
St. Petersburg man suffered minor injuries
A truck driver from St. Petersburg was involved in a two-vehicle accident on the I-75 highway this morning. One truck was carrying natural gas and the gas tanks fell onto the passenger side of a Buick Enclave that was traveling north in the center lane of the highway. The truck driver suffered minor injuries, while the other semi-trailer driver was also injured.
A woman from St. Petersburg was killed in a crash on I-75 near milepost 268 this morning. She was the driver of a Honda Accord. The other driver was a man from Riverside. Both were driving at a high rate of speed and collided with each other, causing the Honda to crash into the Chevy Cruz. The woman who was in the Chevy Cruz was seriously injured. The other driver in the Honda was not seriously injured, but was airlifted to a hospital.
Tractor-trailer caught on fire
A tractor-trailer was involved in an I-75 accident this morning. The accident happened on the southbound side of the interstate near the Anderson County line. It caught fire due to a design defect in the truck’s fuel system. Apparently, the battery box location on some tractors can be an ignition source for diesel fuel. Thankfully, no one was injured in the crash. Traffic on the northbound lanes of I-75 was blocked for over an hour.
State troopers are investigating an I-75 accident that closed parts of the interstate for 20 hours. According to reports, three tractor-trailers, a box truck, and a blue car were involved. State troopers blocked off all lanes as they investigated the wreckage. The investigation is ongoing, but authorities say the first tractor-trailer hit the rear of a second one and then struck the rear of a third truck.
Natural gas tanks fell onto Buick Enclave
The natural gas tanks of a truck on the interstate came loose from the trailer and landed on a Buick Enclave traveling northbound in the center lane. The accident claimed the life of a 49-year-old woman from Ruskin. The driver of the Buick Enclave, a 22-year-old man, sustained minor injuries and was taken to a hospital for treatment. A parked semitrailer that was loaded with cotton clothing products was also involved in the crash. The driver and three occupants of the Buick reported minor injuries.
The Enclave’s engine is an aging 3.6-liter V6 paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. Front-drive models earn up to 24 mpg, while AWD models earn up to 22 mpg. The numbers are not laudatory, however. The Acura MDX and the Infiniti QX60 can reach up to 26 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. The Enclave is also rated for up to 4,500 pounds of towing, so you will not need to worry about getting to and from the office.