Five Injured In Highway 29, I-10 Crash

March 24, 2014

Five people were seriously injured in a Sunday morning crash that tied up traffic from Highway 29 to I-10.

The Florida Highway Patrol said 37-year old Ashley E. Sticken of Cantonment was eastbound on the entrance ram to I-10 from southbound Highway 29 when she failed to negotiate the curve in her 1988 Toyota Tacoma. Her vehicle began to spin, striking a 2014 Mazda driven by 58-year old Donald E. White of Bay Minette.

White and his passengers, 20-year old Tyler E. White, 25-year old Amy Jernigan, and 19-year old Whitney Roberts, all of Bay Minette, were transported to West Florida Hospital in serious condition.

Sticken was transported to Sacred Heart Hospital in serious condition. She was cited by the FHP for careless driving for failure to maintain proper control.

Pictured: Traffic was tied up at on the southbound Highway 29 entrance ramp to I-10 Sunday morning after crash the FHP said was caused by a Cantonment woman. NorthEscambia.com reader photo by April Pawless, click to enlarge.

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