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(Updated) An Inglis woman driving a 2004 compact Chevy lost control of her car on a rain slicked curve Wednesday evening about 6:33 (3-30-11) and ended up in a drainage ditch about 5 miles west of Dunnellon (FL) on S.R. Hwy 40. The curve, known to local residents as “deadman’s curve” has a speed limit of 30 mph. South Levy Fire/Rescue chief Roger Crossman said he was the next person on the scene after an Inglis man, Mike Putch pulled the woman Karen Beasley, also of Inglis from the wreckage. Another driver following the Beasley car, Rhiannon Castle (Inglis) saw the car flip into the ditch.. She said if one minute in her Dunnellon trip had changed she would not have seen the car disappear. When she saw the car upside down in the water the transmission fluid was floating on top and she feared it was blood.
She was going to jump in when Putch, pulled over and jumped in and pulled Karen out. As he opened the door, the car filled up with water. Not wearing a seat belt played a big role along with the timing in saving Karen’s life according to Rhiannon.
The car was overturned, upside down in about 3 feet of water and not visible from the roadway. Beasley, according to Crossman was transported to Seven Rivers Regional Hospital for treatment. He said she was shaken up, but otherwise looked to be okay.
Storms in central Florida caused downed trees, power lines and flash flooding. A tornado was reported between Cedar Key and Otter Creek in northern Levy County. Another tornado warning was issued for central Citrus county where tree limbs and power lines were reported down near Citrus Springs Elementary School.