Pickup Truck Crashes, Pushes Car Into Home

April 30, 2008

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A man’s medical condition apparently led to a vehicle crash that sent a car under the porch of a mobile home in Century Wednesday morning.

The accident happened about 11:20 in the 9000 block of North Century Boulevard, near the intersection of Henry Street. The Florida Highway Patrol says a pickup driven by Willie Mitchell, 50, was southbound on Century Boulevard when he apparently suffered a seizure that caused him to drift across the highway and crash into a parked Saturn in front of a mobile home. The force of the impact pushed the Saturn under the porch of the mobile home.

Troopers said that Mitchell did not appear to be injured as a result of the crash. He was taken from the scene by ambulance for treatment of his medical condition.

No one in the mobile home was injured in the crash.

Pictured above: The red pickup truck crashed into this Saturn, pushing it under the the porch of a mobile home on North Century Boulevard late Wednesday morning. Pictured below: The Saturn under the porch after the pickup was towed from the scene. Pictured bottom: More photos from the accident. NorthEscambia.com exclusive photos, click to enlarge.

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