Ford Explorer Tire Failure and Blowouts

[June 1, 2007] SUV rollover accident occurred in the early morning hours near Alachua, Florida leaving 10 people injured and sent to local hospitals.

The driver, Tiffanie Sands, 29, was driving a Ford Explorer southbound on I-75 near milepost 407 when the right rear tire of the 1998 Ford Explorer she was driving failed for unknown reasons. It is not known at this time if the tire failure was a blowout, tire tread separation or from a road hazard causing this failure.

This tire failure caused Sands to lose control of the vehicle and overturn. During the Explorer rollover, five passengers in the vehicle were ejected as only three of the 10 people in the car were wearing their seat belts at the time of the rollover accident.

Defective Tires Rollover Accidents, Tread Separation Failure & Defective Tire Accident Lawsuits

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