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SUV dives into New Port Richey community pool

The driver, who lost control, escaped without injury, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
A woman lost control of her SUV and drove it into the Seven Springs Travel Park community pool at 8039 Old County Road 54 in New Port Richey, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. She escaped without injury. [Florida Highway Patrol]
A woman lost control of her SUV and drove it into the Seven Springs Travel Park community pool at 8039 Old County Road 54 in New Port Richey, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. She escaped without injury. [Florida Highway Patrol]
Published Jan. 4
Updated Jan. 4

NEW PORT RICHEY — A driver lost control of her SUV and ended up driving through a fence and into a community pool on Saturday, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

The driver, Audrey Fay Bullitt-Reeves, 56, escaped through the back and was not injured in the crash that left the 2007 Mazda CX-9 sticking out of the pool at Seven Springs Travel Park at 8039 Old County Road 54.

The incident took place at about 9:41 a.m. The driver was traveling south on Travco Court when she lost control of her SUV, troopers said. It drove over the curb, crashed through bushes and a fence and then the front-end plunged into the pool.

Reeves was cited for careless driving, trooper said. She was wearing her seatbelt.

A woman lost control of her SUV and drove it into the Seven Springs Travel Park community pool at 8039 Old County Road 54 in New Port Richey, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. She escaped without injury. [Florida Highway Patrol]

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