Longwood City Commissioner H.G. Bundy injured in crash

Bundy taken to hospital in serious condition


LONGWOOD, Fla. – Longwood City Commissioner H.G. "Butch" Bundy was injured Sunday night in a rollover crash in Seminole County, according to officials.

Bundy and passenger Christine Thompson, got into an accident around 8 p.m. on Ronald Reagan Boulevard at North Street near Lyman High School in Longwood.

Longwood police said on Monday alcohol and speed were a factor in the crash, where Bundy ran a red light and struck a median, flipping the car. Bundy was thrown from the car and Thompson was trapped in the car after the crash, according to police.

Police say they are awaiting toxicology reports from FDLE to see if Bundy faces any criminal charges.

Bundy and Thompson were taken to the Trauma Center at Orlando Regional Medical Center.  Bundy, who officials said suffered injuries to his head, was listed in critical but stable condition. Thompson is in serious but stable condition.

Bundy, a father of two girls and a grandfather, has served as a Longwood city commissioner since 1999.  He also served as mayor for two terms.

Bundy and his wife own Longwood Tile and Marble.

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