YULEE, Fla. — A Georgia woman has died after a bizarre accident involving a doorless Jeep in Florida. She was soon flown to UF Health in Jacksonville, Fla. by Trauma One where she was pronounced dead. Neither the driver nor the victim was wearing their seatbelts, an accident report states. Authorities said that neither the driver nor the two other passengers in the vehicle were injured. According to the Florida State Patrol, 24-year-old Brittanie Gail Evans of Douglas, Ga. was traveling west on Pages Dairy Road in Yulee, Fla. when, for an unknown reason, she leaned out of the right side of the vehicle and hit the pavement.
A Southeast Georgia woman died after falling out of a sport utility vehicle traveling on a Nassau County road Saturday night, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Evans, who wasn’t wearing a seat belt, died after being flown to UF Health Jacksonville, according to the Highway Patrol. Brittanie Gail Evans, 24, of Douglas, was among three passengers in a Jeep Wrangler driven by John Benjamin Mills, 30, of Fitzgerald, Ga., traveling west on Pages Dairy Road west of Yulee Hills Road about 11:30 p.m. For an unknown reason, Evans, who had been in right passenger seat, was leaning out of the Jeep. She then fell out of the right side of the vehicle and hit the paved shoulder of Pages Dairy Road.
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