Suwannee Democrat


February 12, 2014

Jasper man in critical condition after ATV crash

Jasper — A Jasper man is in critical condition after a single vehicle ATV crash Tuesday night in Hamilton County, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

Reports show that on Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 9:30 p.m., Kenneth Brian Izell, 35, Jasper was traveling north on US 129, approximately one mile north of CR 150, on a 2007 Suzuki King Quad ATV when he drove left of the center line causing the ATV to overturn onto the west shoulder. The ATV came to final rest upright at the wood line facing in a southwesterly direction.

Izell, who was not wearing a helmet, sustained critical injuries in the crash and was transported to South Ga. Medical Center, FHP said. The ATV sustained $1,000 in damages. Charges are pending, according to FHP.


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