MacClenny, Florida Automobile Accidents Causes Death of Maria Chancelor and Serious Personal Injuries to Michael Currier

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A 34-year-old woman from Texas was killed in a accident while driving on State Road 8 at the intersection with Interstate 10. Maria Chancelor, of Nederland, Texas, was pronounced dead at the scene. Chancelor’s passenger, 35-year-old Michael Currier, of Fayetteville, Tennessee, sustained critical personal injuries as a result of the automobile accident. Currier was transported to Shands Medical Center in Jacksonville in critical condition. According to Florida Highway Patrol state troopers neither Chancelor nor Currier was wearing a seat belt. Investigators stated Chancelor’s vehicle spun off the entrance ramp to I-10, onto the grass shoulder and finally into oncoming traffic where her vehicle struck an oncoming tractor trailer truck. The accident occurred around 12:30 a.m. in Baker County, Florida. The driver of the truck, who was reportedly wearing his seat belt, was not personally injured. For more details read Texas woman killed in Florida Crash in Baker County, Florida.

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