Airborne Wrong-Way Kamikaze Silverado Causes Traffic Pileup In Flagler County Florida --- ===
tags: Timeline May 2014, Wrong Way , rear-end crash, freeway closed, unconnected incidents Airborne Flying Car Crash
2 crashes kill 6 May 31, 2014 Airborne Wrong-Way Kamikaze Silverado Causes Traffic Pileup In Flagler County Florida crash 38-year-old Roy White, of Jacksonville, was driving a Chevrolet Silverado north on I-95 and for some reason drifted across the highway. That car hit the median and became airborne, traveling over a guardrail, and entered southbound lanes of I-95. White's car hit the top of the Honda Civic driven by 56-year-old Pamela Taylor Thor, of St. Augustine, and then a third car.Troopers say White's passenger, 17-year-old Benjamin Smith, who was not wearing a seat belt, was ejected from the truck. Both Smith and Thor died from their injuries. No one in the third car was hurt. The backup may have caused another crash of 8 passenger cars and 3 trucks, killing 4 when a semi-truck did not slow down and rear-ended cars slowing for the detour for no known reason.
Two suspicious incidents in one day kill 6- one car drives off the road into the opposing lanes of traffic for "unknown reasons", another truck rear-ends and fails to slow for traffic for "unknown reasons".
Airborne Wrong-Way Truck Causes Mass Murder Traffic Pileup backup from the Palm Coast crash may have contributed to the crash in St. Johns county that involved at least eight passenger vehicles and three commercial motor vehicles. At least four deaths were confirmed. FHP said preliminary information revealed that traffic was being detoured from I-95 southbound to the exit of U.S. 1, due to the Palm Coast crash. Traffic was stopped awaiting the detour when a semi-truck approached the area. For reasons still under investigation, the big rig was unable to stop in time to avoid rear-ending a vehicle, which started a chain-reaction crash involving nearly a dozen vehicles. After the initial impact, fire engulfed several vehicles.