Conditions update on Frostproof crash | News
The Polk County Sheriff's Office, released an update Saturday morning with the names and conditions of the people involved in the three-vehicle crash that occurred in Frostproof Friday evening.
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The three cars involved were a Ford Taurus, a Dodge Dynasty, and a Buick Rainier.
- The driver of the 1999 tan Ford Taurus was Melissa Dawn Crossman, 46, of 126 Lincoln Rd NW, Lake Placid was killed in the crash
- The ront seat passenger of the Taurus was Crossman's boyfriend, 46-year-old Randolph Douglas Vanderzee who lived at the same address. He is in stable but critical condition at LRMC.
- The back seat passenger of the Taurus was Randolph's son, 19-year-old Douglas James Vanderzee of same address. His condition is listed as stable but in critical condition at LRMC.
- The driver of the 1991 blue Dodge Dynasty was 35-year-old Matthew John Bass, of 725 Triumph Drive, Sebring. His condition is listed as stable with minor injuries at Florida Heartland Hospital in Sebring and was expected to be released Saturday.
- The front seat passenger of the Dodge Dynasty was 33-year-old Kylen L. Pisklo of the same address as Bass. He was listed as stable with minor injuries at Florida Heartland Hospital in Sebring and was expected to be released Saturday.
- The driver of the 2005 beige Buick Rainier was 58-year-old Diana Lynn Gross, of 381 Blue Jack Tail, Frostproof. Her condition was listed as stable with minor injuries at Florida Heartland Hospital in Sebring and was expected to be released Saturday.
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