Here’s how NOT to drive your C6 Corvette in a nutshell.
That’s perhaps the biggest takeaway from the driver of this yellow Corvette coupe that may have been responsible for causing a seven-vehicle crash on Highway 29 at Muscogee Road in North Escambia County, Florida this weekend.
Multiple witnesses reported the Corvette being driven recklessly at a high rate of speed on Highway 29 just before the crash at approximately 6:30 p.m. Friday.
As the Florida Highway Patrol continues to investigate the crash, exactly how many people were injured was not available. However, NorthEscambia.com reports that there were indeed injuries caused by the wreck, though fortunately none is considered life-threatening.
The Corvette suffered extensive damage front and back, with the driver’s side rear fender missing, the back hatch glass broken, the front passenger side tire gone, and two huge gashes in the passenger door, along with a folded-up hood.
Most of the other vehicles appear to have suffered only minor damage, other than a black small SUV that took a hit to the front end.
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