All too frequently we learn of deaths and injuries on I75 involving careless, illegal uturns through the median. As recently as May 19, 2014, several children were severely injured on I75 near Ocala, Florida, when a young Florida Highway Patrol officer made a sudden, unexpected uturn through the median when he was driving north on I75. Although law enforcement officials have the authority to make a u-turn on the Interstate, this tragic accident highlights the high risk of performing such a maneuver on the interstate. Tragically, instead of completing the uturn successfully, the 20 year old FHP Trooper struck a guard rail and then hit the front of a 2014 Nissan Altima, carrying several children ages 3, 5, and 7. The 2014 Altima then hit two other southbound cars including a 2011 Mercedes, as well as a tractor trailer. Unfortunately, this chain reaction injured three children who had to be lifeflighted to Shands Hospital in Gainesville.