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A Ford Expedition and the camper trailer it was hauling overturned in the median of Interstate 10 after being rear-ended on Tuesday, Feb. 17 at 11:39 a.m., near mile marker 261. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Jose Ivan Ruiz, 33, of Dallas, Texas was traveling westbound in the outside lane of I-10. Marshall M. Ramme, 68, of Rantoul, Ill. was traveling westbound in the outside lane of I-10, just ahead of Ruiz. The front of Ruiz’s 2000 Ford Explorer collided with the rear of the camper trailer Ramme was hauling. After colliding with Ruiz, Ramme’s camper trailer rotated 180 degrees counterclockwise causing his 2001 Ford Expedition to rotate 180 degrees counterclockwise as well. Ramme’s vehicle and trailer then traveled across the inside lane of I-10 and onto the median causing the vehicle and trailer to overturn onto its right side. After colliding with Ramme, Ruiz’s vehicle traveled across the inside lane of I-10 onto the median and then rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise. Ruiz’s vehicle came to a final rest facing south in the median of I-10. Ramme’s vehicle came to a final rest overturned on its right side facing east in the median of I-10. Both vehicles were disabled as a result of the crash and towed due to the damages. According to the report, Ramme received minor injuries but was not transported for medical treatment and Ruiz did not receive any injures.