A 32-year-old man was killed and two women were critically injured when they were ejected from a Corvette that ran off the road early Saturday morning in Spring Hill, troopers said.
Donald Ray Armstrong, of Brooksville was killed at the scene.
Armstrong was driving the 1986 Chevrolet Corvette south on U.S. 41, just south of Goodman Drive, at 1:09 a.m., said Sgt. Steve Gaskins, spokesman for the Florida Highway Patrol.
Armstrong lost control of the car and went off the west side of the road, Gaskins said. The car rotated counter clockwise and overturned. None of the occupants was wearing a seat belt, Gaskins said.
Sarah Elizabeth Donahue, 28 and Stephanie Nicole Sizemore, 26, were taken to Bayonet Point Hospital, where Stephanie was listed as critical condition, Gaskins said.
Stephanie was visiting with friends just minutes before this TRAGIC ACCIDENT. All three occupants in the vehicle were ejected from the vehicle, causing near fatal injuries to Stephanie. Stephanie has since been in the Bayonet Point Hospital where she was placed in a medically induced Coma due to her injuries. She is currently undergoing several surgeries which has not brought her to stable status. Stephanie is fighting each day for her life as her family has been by her side since praying for full recovery.
Stephanie has a fiance, Tony and three children to include: Montana (9), Joshua (5) and Khloe (3 months.) Stephanie was the main provider for her family as well as a full time mother at home. Stephanie's family has been by her side since the night of this tragic accident and has not been able to leave her side for work.
We all need to come together for Stephanie and her family as a community to help raise money for the everyday expenses her fiance and family will be experiencing during this tragic time.
PLEASE HELP!!!!!!! ANY TYPE OF DONATION WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED...
Thank you and GOD BLESS.....