• May 19, 2022

Driver Killed in Tractor-Trailer Accident on County Road 49 in Suwannee County, FL

Suwannee County, FL -- May 18, 2022, one person was killed due to an accident where a tractor-trailer and another vehicle crashed on County Road 49.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 10:20 a.m. at the intersection of County Road 49 and County Road 248.

In their reports, officials said that a 66-year-old Branford woman was in an SUV traveling eastbound on CR-248. At CR-49, that SUV may have gone through a stop sign, resulting in a collision with a southbound tractor-trailer.

Due to the collision, the woman sustained fatal injuries. Additional details surrounding the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Tractor-Trailer Accident on CR-49 in Suwannee County

Any claim about someone going through a stop sign is obviously serious, but folks should take reports like these with a grain of salt. I don't have any reason to doubt these specific reports, however any truck wreck can involve complex factors police aren't necessarily equipped to handle. It's important there are more thorough investigations to ensure nothing slipped through the cracks.

Suwannee County, FL Tractor-Trailer Accident cr 248 County Road 49

For example, I was looking into a crash a while back in which a driver reportedly blew through a stop sign, and a truck hit and killed them. Weeks later, however, independent investigations showed that construction crews had actually removed the stop signs at the crossing. So how exactly did the victim run a stop sign that wasn't there? I'm not saying anything like that happened here, but ensuring a victim's loved ones at least know they're getting the full story is the least anyone could do.


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