V-1 was traveling northbound at a high rate of speed along Mariner Boulevard, approaching Elgin Boulevard, when D1 lost control of the vehicle. V-1 crossed the southbound lanes, entered the west shoulder and collided with a traffic light pole, control box and pedestrian signal before overturning and coming to final rest. D-1 suffered fatal injuries at the scene of the crash

57-Year-Old Spring Hill Man Killed In Single-Vehicle High-Speed Crash

V-1 was traveling northbound at a high rate of speed along Mariner Boulevard, approaching Elgin Boulevard, when D1 lost control of the vehicle. V-1 crossed the southbound lanes, entered the west shoulder and collided with a traffic  light pole, control box and pedestrian signal before overturning and coming to final rest. D-1 suffered fatal injuries  at the scene of the crash
SOURCE: FHP

SPRING HILL, FL – A 57-year-old Spring Hill Man Was killed in a crash that happened around 1:37 am, according to Florida Highway Patrol.

According to Florida Highway Patrol, the man was driving northbound at a high rate of speed along Mariner Boulevard, approaching Elgin Boulevard.

Troopers say the driver lost control of the vehicle, crossed the southbound lanes, entered the west shoulder, and collided with a traffic light pole, control box, and pedestrian signal before overturning.

Troopers say the man died at the scene of the crash.

Those intersections include the intersection of Mariner Boulevard and Elgin Boulevard, Elgin Boulevard and Baldock Avenue, Mariner Boulevard and Brookside Street, Mariner Boulevard and Springwood Road, and Elgin Boulevard and Riley Lane.
SOURCE: FHP

Multiple roadways were closed, but have since reopened. according to Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.

Those intersections included the intersection of Mariner Boulevard and Elgin Boulevard, Elgin Boulevard and Baldock Avenue, Mariner Boulevard and Brookside Street, Mariner Boulevard and Springwood Road, and Elgin Boulevard and Riley Lane.

A 57-year-old Spring Hill Man Was killed in a crash that happened around 1:37 am, according to Florida Highway Patrol.
SOURCE: FHP

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