Two seriously injured in Pace auto accident

Post on behalf of Thomas J. Ueberschaer PA on Friday April 27, 2012

A Pensacola woman and her passenger are in serious condition following an accident involving a Milton individual Wednesday evening.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol report, Leslee Cormier of Milton was traveling east on Highway 90 near the Woodbine Road intersection when for an unknown reason, they failed to see a car stopped in front of them and rear-ended the vehicle.

The car that was rear-ended was being driven by Kathryn Olson, 19, of Pensacola.

The impact forced Olson’s car to hit the car in front of them. The force also caused the right rear of Olson’s vehicle to swing around and strike a car next to them.

According to the FHP report, Olson’s passenger, 27-year-old Noah Hamilton was not wearing their seatbelt when the incident occurred. Both Hamilton and Olson were taken to Sacred Heart Hospital in serious condition following the accident.

Olson was wearing their seatbelt according to the report.

A six-year-old was a passenger in Cormier’s vehicle and was sent to Sacred Heart Hospital with minor injuries following the accident.

Source: Santa Rosa Press Gazette, “Two seriously injured in Pace wreck”, April 26, 2012

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