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Car vs tree; two injured

Emerald G. Parsons - Greene Publishing, Inc.


Photo Courtesy of R&R Events, October 30, 2016

Clarence Graham is pictured as he is being loaded into an ambulance, following a single vehicle crash that left him in critical condition and his passenger in serious condition.

Two people were injured, with one being life-flighted, after a single vehicle wreck.

On Sunday, Oct. 30, at 11:40 p.m., a 2013 Chevy Silverado, driven by Clarence Graham, 37, of Madison, was traveling northbound on Rocky Ford Road in the northbound lane.  As the vehicle approached the intersection of Rocky Ford Road and CR 150, the vehicle failed to stop at the stop sign and traveled through the intersection.  The vehicle then traveled onto the eastern shoulder of the roadway and continued traveling in a northeasterly direction.  The front of the truck then collided with a large tree and came to a final rest facing northeast on the eastern shoulder of Rocky Ford Road.

As a result of the crash, Graham received critical injuries and was transported via life-flight to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. His passenger, Abraham Williams, 40, of Pinetta received serious injuries and was transported to Madison County Memorial Hospital.  Neither of the occupants were wearing their seatbelt.

The Florida Highway Patrol was assisted on scene by the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, Madison County EMS and Madison County Fire Rescue.  Trooper James Smith was the investigating officer.

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