Woman lost consciousness and crossed the center line creating the head-on crash.

A Northwest Florida woman experiencing a medical emergency was seriously injured in a head-on crash Friday night.

According to a Florida Highway Patrol news release, 43-year-old Jena Milani of Panama City was traveling north on County Road 2301 in Bay County in the early evening hours when she lost consciousness due to a medical emergency.

However, Milani's passenger, Brandi Harrell, reported to the Daily News that neither her or Milani had a medical emergency. Harrell said that the driver of the Yukon, Samantha Soto Hernandez, 20, of Youngstown, was the one with the medical emergency.

She said they were driving north on CR 2301 when a maroon GMC Yukon traveling south crossed over the center lines and "hit us head on."

The Yukon came to a final rest facing east on the roadway while the Chrysler 300 came to a final rest in a ditch on the east shoulder of CR 2301, according the FHP report.

Harrell wrote to the Daily News to clarify the details of the crash.

"Jena Milani had to be removed from the wreckage by the jaws of life and was transported as a trauma patient. Her passenger Brandi Harrell (me) was transported as well. I was treated and released."

FHP noted alcohol was not related to the crash and charges were pending.