Roofing business employee ticketed after crash backs up visitors on I-75 around Wildwood

A roofing enterprise staff was ticketed following a three-auto crash backed up targeted visitors Tuesday on Interstate 75 in the vicinity of Wildwood.

The 35-yr-old personnel of Batterbee Roofing Co. was driving a 2020 Ford F-250 at 11:10 a.m. Tuesday northbound in close proximity to the State Road 44 exit at Wildwood when he misplaced regulate of the car, according to an accident report from the Florida Freeway Patrol.

The driver of this Batterbee Roofing Co. truck was ticketed in the crash.

The roofing company truck ran off the roadway and struck a trailer towed by a pickup, driven by a 40-12 months-previous Lakeland man, that was parked on the shoulder. After hitting the trailer, the Batterbee Roofing truck traveled back again throughout the northbound lane and hit a northbound maroon 2011 Nissan Rogue pushed by a 25-year-previous Dunnellon woman. The airbags in her vehicle deployed on effects. She and a 40-calendar year-old male passenger from Dunnellon both equally experienced non-incapacitating accidents.

Two people traveling in this Nissan Rogue were injured in the crash
Two men and women touring in this Nissan Rogue were being hurt in the crash.

The Batterbeee Roofing worker and the other driver escaped harm.

The Batterbee Roofing worker was ticketed on a charge of failure to travel in a solitary lane.

The crash backed up targeted traffic on northbound Interstate 75 in close proximity to Wildwood.

The incident backed up traffic on northbound I-75 for various miles.

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