Suwannee Democrat


May 28, 2014

4 injured in I-10 wreck

Live Oak —

Three people from Poland and one from Sunny Hills, Fla. received minor injuries Tuesday after the front of the vehicle they were traveling in struck the end of a guardrail on I-10 in Suwannee County, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

A 2005 Mercedes E-320, driven by Adam Grzybowski, 53, Poland, was traveling east on I-10 at the 290 mile marker around 2 p.m. Grzybowski reportedly fell asleep and traveled off the roadway where the vehicle impacted the guardrail.

Grzybowski, and passengers Francis Stanley Szczykutowicz, 80, Sunny Hills; Pawel Eugeniusz Bryniarski, 29, Poland and Elzbieta Bryniarski, 59, Poland, received minor injuries. 

Grzybowski was cited for careless driving. 

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