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Casey Anthony's Dad Covered In Blood, Suffered Apparent Seizure In Horrific Car Crash

Nov. 26 2018, Updated 6:33 p.m. ET

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Casey Anthony’s father appeared to suffer a debilitating seizure while driving down a highway in Florida minutes before his car rolled over, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

“It all happened very fast,” am eyewitness to the horrific accident told Radar. "It was clearly a seizure or a medical episode, or he passed out, from the way that he was drifting."

As Radar reported, George Anthony was driving his wife’s Toyota 4Runner on Interstate 4 in Orlando on Saturday, when he suddenly ran off the road and lost control of the vehicle, causing it to roll several times.

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George’s vehicle crossed three lanes of traffic before finally stopping on the median.

“There was blood everywhere,” the eyewitness recalled. “He hit his head pretty hard against the windshield and ended up with a large laceration.”

The witness, who did not wish to be identified, said he was driving about 150 feet behind disgraced Casey’s father before he lost control.

“I don't believe he was wearing a seat belt at the time, but he did not have enough energy to be ejected from the car," the onlooker continued. “He was clearly dazed and out of it. It took a while just to convince him to unlock his doors. All he wanted to do was call his wife."

According to the official Florida Highway Patrol report obtained by Radar, responding officers found George to be “incapacitated” and he stated he didn’t remember what happened before the crash.

He was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

As Radar readers know, George has had a strained relationship with his daughter, since she was acquitted of murder in 2011 for the death of her two-year-old daughter Caylee.

He recently made the shocking admission that after his granddaughter’s death, he tried to kill himself to be with her once more.

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