According to Florida Highway Patrol, around 4:54 am, the Kissimmee woman, driving a Chevy Camaro, was driving southbound on SR-33, approaching Van Fleet Road, when she lost control of her car, crossed the centerline, entered the northbound lane.

24-Year-Old Kissimmee Woman Crashes Head-On Into Tractor-Trailer In Polk County

According to Florida Highway Patrol, around 4:54 am, the Kissimmee woman, driving a Chevy Camaro, was driving southbound on SR-33, approaching Van Fleet Road, when she lost control of her car, crossed the centerline, entered the northbound lane.
Source: FHP

POLK COUNTY, FL. – A 24-year-old Kissimmee woman suffered serious injuries after crashing nearly head-on with a tractor-trailer early Monday morning.

According to Florida Highway Patrol, around 4:54 am, the Kissimmee woman, driving a Chevy Camaro, was driving southbound on SR-33, approaching Van Fleet Road, when she lost control of her car, crossed the centerline, entered the northbound lane.

Troopers say she collided nearly head-on with the tractor-trailer.

According to Florida Highway Patrol, around 4:54 am, the Kissimmee woman, driving a Chevy Camaro, was driving southbound on SR-33, approaching Van Fleet Road, when she lost control of her car, crossed the centerline, entered the northbound lane.
Source: FHP

Both lanes of traffic on SR-33 were blocked and the crash caused a fuel and oil leak on the roadway.

The woman was transported to a local hospital with serious injuries. The driver of the tractor-trailer, a 40-year-old Tampa man, suffered only minor injuries in the crash.

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