BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A woman escaped injury late this morning when she lost control of her 2004 Ford Explorer while exiting at Yamato Road. Boca Raton Fire Rescue responded, and provides this update:
At approximately 11:30am a vehicle traveling north on I-95 exited onto the west bound ramp to Yamato Road. The rain that had been falling all morning appeared to have made the roadway slippery. As the 2004 Ford Explorer negotiated the exit ramp the driver began to feel the back end of her vehicle slide on the wet pavement. Within seconds the SUV slide off the exit ramp and flipped on its side. The female driver, the only occupant was not injured. Florida Highway Patrol was on scene to investigate.
(Photo: Courtesy Boca Raton Fire Rescue/Frank Correggio).
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