Thursday, June 27th 2013– Nathaniel Dalton Tounzen, 19, was identified in reports as the only person injured in an accident involving a motor scooter in Panama City Beach, FL on Thursday. Investigation to determine what exactly what occurred in the accident is currently underway, and has not yet noted what may have happened. No other vehicle was noted as being involved in the accident, and the accident was not classified as a hit-and-run.
Scene of the Accident:
Tounzen was admitted in critical condition to Bay Medical Center Sacred Heart Health Systems hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in the accident. No charges have been filed in relation to the accident, and reports indicate that no charges are expected to be filed at a later date either.
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