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Crash on I-75 Results in the Death of Indiana Couple

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According to News 13, a couple traveling from Indiana we killed in a crash near mile marker 312 on I-75 in Sumter County.

Florida Highway Patrol troopers state Charles Leming (68) lost control of his 2003 GMC Envoy as he was driving southbound on I-75 shortly before 2:30 p.m. Friday afternoon, causing the SUV to roll over into the media.

His wife, Rebecca Leming (65), was pronounced dead at the scene. Charles was later pronounced dead at the Bayonet Point Hospital.

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