There were at least three fatal crashes in Central Florida last night. Now the Florida Highway Patrol is worried this could be a continuation of a trend seen in 2017, a year which saw the most fatal crashes in over a decade. "We saw a huge spike in 2017. Especially in unincorporated Orange County. FHP investigated 127 fatal crashes. We haven't seen numbers that high since 2004," said Sgt. Kim Montes with the Florida Highway Patrol.
Tallahassee FL- Girls from throughout the big bend said 'bring it on ' tonight during an F-S-U's charity Cheer for Children event. Teams competed for the champion title tonight, with hopes of representing their organization to the best of their ability. Tickets were sold to attend the event and all of the proceeds will go to the Kids first fund.
One year ago tonight, Sade Dixon was shot and killed right in front of her family's Orlando home. Her ex-boyfriend Markeith Loyd is accused of pulling the trigger. On Wednesday, Dixon's family released purple balloons in the sky marking the minute Sade was shot in 2016. Huddled in the front lawn of the Dixon-Daniel family home, the loved ones and family of Sade Dixon remembered why their home is still riddled with bullet holes and why two young boys are now in this world without their mother.
"We lose hundreds of people here to traffic crashes. If we had murders at those rates I think people would be outraged."- Sgt. Kim Montes w/ @FhpOrlando talks SPIKE in fatal car crashes in 2017. Details tonight on @MyNews13https://t.co/qKAK38SnLY
Just 11 days into the New Year and Orange County has had 11 deadly pedestrian car crashes according to @FhpOrlando I've got the details, and info on how they are studying the trends coming up on @MyNews13https://t.co/0xRLBqwUQE
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Selecting a term
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Phrases (e.g. "cloud computing") — use quotes to keep the terms together
Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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