The driver of this white C7 Corvette coupe had to be extricated from his car after being involved in a T-bone crash with a Chevy Malibu this week.
The Stingray suffered major damage to the passenger side, with photos from the scene showing the door and fender panels removed, the airbags deployed, and the windshield smashed.
The accident happened at 1:41 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 12 at the intersection of State Road 100 and Bulldog Drive (also known as Aviation Way, the road that leads to the county airport) in Palm Coast, Fla., across from Flagler Palm Coast High School.
Details on flaglerlive.com are unclear, but they reported that one of the drivers was flown to Halifax hospital in Daytona Beach by an emergency Trauma One helicopter that landed and took off from the vacant field in front of the airport. The other driver was carried to a hospital by a Flagler County Fire Rescue ambulance. Both drivers apparently suffered serious injuries in the crash.
The Corvette ended up in the grass on the south side of SR 100, facing northeast, with the Malibu nearby on the edge of the roadway with a smashed-up front end facing the same direction.
Both vehicles were towed away, and traffic was able to move normally by 2 p.m. before school was dismissed.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol.
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