Police in Florida are analyse a one-car gate-crash on an interstate highway that that injured two adults, three young children, and two teens, including the 14 -year-old driver, according to each of these reports Sunday.
The crash Saturday evening shut a portion of the westbound paths of I-4 in Tampa for several hours, Fox 13 Tampa reports.
Florida Highway Patrol accused the gate-crash on the teen motorist, Armani Santi De Jesus, of Tampa. He was charged with reckless driving and driving without a license.
The boy was trying to switch trails in a 2000 Ford Explorer and lost control.
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The SUV shifted off the route and crashed into a hurdle wall, the terminal reported.
The disabled were taken to Tampa General Hospital.
The station reported that six parties has been severely hurt. They included De Jesus, his mother, a 34 -year-old man and “the mens” three young children, a three-year-old and two six-year-olds.
The station reported that 32 -year-old Amanda Teresa Rossiter was sitting next to her son and make him drive.
The other teen, a 16 -year-old boy, accepted only minor injuries.