CHIPLEY - The Florida Highway Patrol has released more information on the accident that left four injured, two seriously.
Amy Rudd, 32, of Chipley, was traveling south on Griffin Road around 6:45 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1. FHP reports Rudd was attempting to cross U.S. 90 when her 2013 Nissan Altima was struck from the left side by a 2008 Nissan Titan, driven by David Guthrie, 24, of Bonifay.
The impact caused Rudd's vehicle to rotate several times before coming to rest on the south shoulder, facing northwest. Guthrie's truck overturned several times in the eastbound lanes, and he was ejected onto the south shoulder. Guthrie's truck came to rest on the south shoulder, facing southeast.
Rudd is listed as having minor injuries and was transported to Southeast Alabama Medical center in Dothan. Her minor passenger is listed in serious condition and was transported to Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola. Both were wearing their seat belts.
Guthrie, who was not wearing his seat belt, is listed in critical condition and was transported to Bay Medical Center in Panama City, while his passenger, Christine Rodriguez-Plaza, 19, of Panama City Beach, is reported to have minor injuries. FHP also reports Rodriquez-Plaza was wearing her seat belt.
FHP noted there are possible charges "pending further investigation" but did not state what those charges may be, or to whom they would apply.