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Spring Hill driver suffers medical emergency, dies in crash

HUDSON — An 83-year-old Spring Hill man died Sunday morning when he suffered a medical emergency at the wheel and crashed into other cars outside a business along U.S. 19, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

Steve Vajda of Spring Hill was driving a Toyota Camry in the left turn lane of County Line Road approaching U.S. 19 when he suffered the unspecified medical emergency and lost control of the car.

The Toyota traveled off the roadway and onto the west shoulder of U.S. 19, became airborne and crashed into two cars parked at a business at 18835 U.S. 19.

The driver died at the scene, troopers said. A passenger, Livia K. Nagy, 75, of Spring Hill, was taken to Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point with serious injuries.

Spring Hill driver suffers medical emergency, dies in crash 12/01/13 [Last modified: Sunday, December 1, 2013 2:38pm]
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