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Sarasota woman critically injured in I-75 crash in Hillsborough County

RUSKIN — A Sarasota woman was flown to Tampa General Hospital on Friday night after the truck she was riding in overturned on Interstate 75.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a 2003 Toyota Corolla traveling north on I-75 at State Road 93A veered from the left lane to the right shoulder and then back into traffic just after 7 p.m.

It hit the passenger side of a 1996 Mazda pickup driven by Scott Hill, 45, of Sarasota and sent the truck spinning out of control, state troopers said. The pickup overturned and ejected Natalya Hill, 44, of Sarasota.

She was taken to Tampa General in critical condition. Scott Hill and passenger Mirabelle Anna Hill, 3, were taken to the same hospital with minor injuries.

The Corolla driver, Tracey Young, 38, of Seffner, was taken to South Bay Hospital with minor injuries.

Sarasota woman critically injured in I-75 crash in Hillsborough County 03/04/11 [Last modified: Saturday, March 5, 2011 12:05am]
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