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The NTSB has put out a preliminary report on a fiery Jan. 2019 crash on Interstate-75 that killed five children and two truck drivers.
Alachua County Fire Rescue

It appears three children were wearing seatbelts when they were ejected from a church van in a fiery, Jan. 3 crash that killed seven people on Interstate 75, according to a report released Wednesday.

7 Killed In Crash, Explosion On I-75

Jan 3, 2019
The NTSB has put out a preliminary report on a fiery Jan. 2019 crash on Interstate-75 that killed five children and two truck drivers.
Alachua County Fire Rescue

Two big rigs and two passenger vehicles collided and spilled diesel fuel across a Florida highway Thursday, sparking a massive fire that killed seven people and injured at least eight others, authorities said.

Justices Agree To Take Up 'PIP' Fee Dispute

Jan 21, 2016

The Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to take up an appeal by Allstate Insurance Co. in a dispute about fees paid to health providers who treat patients injured in auto accidents. Justices issued an order saying they will hear the case, which comes after the 4th District Court of Appeal ruled in August in favor of medical providers.

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A wrong-way driver who killed himself and four University of South Florida fraternity brothers in a fiery head-on collision last month on Interstate 275 had a blood-alcohol level of more than twice the legal limit, according to an autopsy released Monday.

USF Sarasota-Manatee

For the second time in less than a week, a member of the University of South Florida family has been killed in a car accident. 

James Dylan Proctor, a recent graduate of USF Sarasota-Manatee, was killed in a car accident near Tampa early Wednesday.

A World War II veteran of Iwo Jima and recipient of the Medal of Honor is counting on hundreds of teenage boys at a Tampa public school to honor his dream.

Marine Corporal Hershel “Woody” Williams’ vision is to build a memorial in every state honoring Gold Star families, the spouses, parents, children and extended family members of military men and women who have been killed in combat.