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Grand Cherokee Rolls Over on Rymfire, Injuring One; FHP Calls It Alcohol-Related

| March 18, 2013

The Grand Cherokee came to a rest in a small ditch, facing south off of Rymfire. (© FlaglerLive)

The Grand Cherokee came to a rest in a small ditch, facing south off of Rymfire. (© FlaglerLive)

Last Updated: March 18, 9:30 a.m.

A Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled over on Rymfire in Palm Coast just before 2:30 p.m. Sunday, injuring the driver, who was taken to Florida Hospital Flagler.

The SUV appears to have been heading east, toward Belle Terre, when, about 100 yards before Belle Terre, it lost control and swerved left. The passsenger-side tires had gone off the road, the driver overcorrected, sending the car spinning.

The driver, 24-year-old Aaron Naill, was on the grass near the car immediately after the wreck, awake but in obvious pain as Flagler County Fire Rescue paramedics tended to him. He sustained minor injuries, according to a Florida Highway Patrol report.

Allison Isom, 24, of Ormond Beach, was a passenger in the SUV. She was not injured.

“The crash was alcohol related and charges are pending the results of blood alcohol testing,” the FHP report reads.

The Palm Coast Fire Department and the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office also responded. Rymfire Drive was reduced to one lane, with the Palm Coast Fire Police regulating traffic. The wreck was not expected to affect traffic there past 3:30 p.m.

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5 Responses for “Grand Cherokee Rolls Over on Rymfire, Injuring One; FHP Calls It Alcohol-Related”

  1. Reality Check says:

    Hope he is okay, but how do you loose control on a straight road? And be going fast enough to roll-over?

    • Melissa says:

      Well if he was drinking then the road could have looked curved to the driver and a drunk driver tends to speed.

  2. intheknow57 says:

    The speeding on Ryan Drive and Rymfire is out of control! I have called traffic control many times..and not much happens. The buses are also speeding at pick-up time! What will it take for a few speed traps in this area? I pray it is not a child getting hit that finally leads to cracking down on this nonsense. I understand the Sheriffs are not exactly over-staffed…but something has to be worked out to control this! Thank God a family was not walking or riding bikes in that spot during the crash!! Really getting tired of this crazy irresponsible driving!

  3. gator lover says:

    belle terre is starting to resemble I-95….slow down people!!!!!!!

  4. For real says:

    I saw this vehicle and driver about 30 minutes prior to the crash and he was driving very aggressively. The imaginary dog jumped out in front of him.

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