Early Morning Car Crash Kills Two Palm Coast Residents

The St. Augustine Record reports that two Palm Coast residents of Flagler County died on Wednesday morning, November 3, when their motor vehicles were involved in a Florida head-on car collision on Colbert Road near Beverly Beach around 6 a.m.

The Florida head-on car accident occurred when a 52-year-old male driver of a 2004 Nissan SUV crossed the center median line on Colbert Road and drove head-on into a 2001 Honda SUV driven by an 83-year-old woman. The resulting crash totaled both vehicles and both drivers were killed at the scene of the fatal Florida car accident.

The Florida Highway Patrol does not know who the at-fault driver was in this tragic Florida car crash, but the FHP does say that alcohol was not a factor. The female driver was wearing a seat belt while the man was not.

Our condolences are extended to the families and friends of both drivers who died in this tragic Florida car accident.

Florida Head-On Collisions
Depending on how fast each car is traveling, there may be very little time to react in a head-on collision. It is advised you drive with your lights on during the day to make sure others see you. Drive defensively.

An SUV with a high center of gravity is not stable enough to stay on the road if you jerk the steering wheel suddenly. The Florida car accident attorneys at Farah & Farah suggest you try to keep two wheels on the payment and quickly move out of the way.

In the unfortunate event you are involved in a head-on collision, our experienced Florida car crash attorneys can quickly get involved in the investigation that will be necessary to determine the at-fault driver in the accident while you concentrate on recovering.

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