Villager ticketed after her car rear-ends convertible that ran out of gas on County Road 466

A 35-year-old resident of The Villages was ticketed after her car rear-ended a vehicle that ran out of gas Thursday morning on County Road 466.

Jeremy James Bell, 28, of Weirsdale had been driving a 1998 Chevy Convertible shortly after 11 a.m. when his vehicle ran out of gasoline, according to Lady Lake police.

It was rear-ended by a 2014 silver Infinity four-door driven by Amber Nichole Wilson. She was ticketed on a charge of following too closely. Both drivers escaped injury. Both vehicles were towed from the scene of the crash.

Two vehicles were towed from the scene of an accident Thursday morning on County Road 466.

Two vehicles were towed from the scene of an accident Thursday morning on County Road 466.





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  1. Eddie Dalton says

    seriously, how do you let your car run out of gas? You know when you are low on fuel and you know you are going to have to refuel. Why not do it ahead of time? You can’t legislate stupidity.

  2. Steve Hayes says

    How old was this Villager? Another anchor baby that is unable to make their way? Probably on the phone or texting but obviously not paying attention. Glad they escaped injury.

      • Mary May says

        Why so negative. Maybe she is a relative here to look after an elderly family member. My guess is there are many so called active adults living in The Villages who are extremely irresponsible.

          • LiZa Adkison says

            you are correct Bonnie… and know you will NEVER have to worry about either of my 2 kids coming back and behaving/driving in an unlawful manner… i raised them right… they are RESPONSIBLE and trustworthy… sorry if you can’t say the same about your kids

  3. William Mills says

    If believe I saw the vehicle that was before it was rear ended. It was parked in the left east bound lane of 466 near the left hand turn lane for Morse Blvd (I was heading in the west bound direction).

    If that was the vehicle I saw, it should have pulled over to the right hand lane on what should be a “shoulder”, which would have also been dangerous. There are two entrances to county offices nearby also on the right.

    I can’t figure out, other than to save money, why the county and state of Florida builds high volume secondary roads with virtually no shoulders to use in case of emergencies. Fortunately, no one was injured.

    William Mills
    The Villages

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