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Suwannee Democrat

September 26, 2011

I-10 car crash update

Live Oak — Three women were seriously injured in a Suwannee County vehicle crash that occurred on Sept. 22. According to FHP reports, all three passengers were listed in serious condition and taken to Shands Hospital in Gainesville.

Those injured in the accident are Chiqula Lynette Wilson, 33, Greenville, Gloria Cobb Wilson, 59, Greenville, and Felicia Wilson Frazier, 32, Cairo, Ga.

According to the FHP, the 2002 Cadillac SUV driven by Chiqula Lynette Wilson was traveling eastbound on I-10 around mile marker 288 during rainy conditions. After the vehicle began sliding on the wet roadway, it veered off the highway and began rotating. The front of the vehicle struck a tree on the right side and continued to rotate before the front of the vehicle struck another tree on the left side.

All three ladies were wearing seat belts, reports show.

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