Cantonment Man Among 3 Injured In Crash That Shut Down I-10

January 10, 2011

A Cantonment man was among four people in a three vehicle crash this morning that shut down I-10 near Milton.

The Florida Highway Patrol said Oscar Campbell, 37, of Navarre was westbound on I-10 at 6:10 a.m. when he lost control while changing lanes to avoid a slow moving vehicle. His vehicle overturned in the median and continued into the lanes of oncoming eastbound traffic. That’s where Campbell’s vehicle was struck by a Nissan Altima driven by Roosevelt Davis, 34, of Cantonment, and a 2001 Saturn driven by Douglas Hansen, 40, of Pensacola.

Campbell and his passenger, Dana Wooley, 38, of Ft. Walton Beach, were transported to Sacred Heart Hospital with minor injuries. Davis also received minor injuries and was transported to Sacred Heart. Hansen was not injured.

Campbell was charged with careless driving by the Florida Highway Patrol.

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