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State Road 52 closed for 90 minutes after tractor trailer overturns

The driver lost control of his vehicle as he tried to turn into the Flying J parking lot.
State Road 52 was closed for an hour and a half Thursday morning after a car hauler overturned. [Florida Highway Patrol]
State Road 52 was closed for an hour and a half Thursday morning after a car hauler overturned. [Florida Highway Patrol]
Published Dec. 12, 2019

State Road 52 in Pasco County was closed for an hour and a half Thursday morning after a car hauler overturned.

Kurt A. Notorleva, 54, of New Port Richey was traveling east on SR 52 when he tried to turn left into the Flying J parking lot.

Notorleva lost control of the vehicle, which overturned onto its right side.

State Road 52 was closed for an hour and a half Thursday morning after a car hauler overturned. [Florida Highway Patrol]

Notorleva was taken to Advent Health Dade City to be treated for minor injuries.

SR 52 was closed from about 8:40-10:10 a.m.

Alcohol was not a factor in the crash, according to troopers.

There was no mention of charges on the release issued by the Florida Highway Patrol.

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