A Texas man died Sunday morning while scuba diving off Key Largo. Oswald Regueira, 58, was on the first dive of the day at French Reef and surfaced a short time after getting in the water in “apparent distress,” said Deputy Becky Herrin, media relations officer with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. He was diving from the Tropical Legend, a dive vessel operated by Rainbow Reef Dive Shop, Herrin said.
An overturned dump truck blocked southbound traffic on the 18 Mile Stretch of U.S. 1 heading into the Florida Keys early Friday afternoon. The driver of the 2006 International, Silvio Colon-Benevides, 55, lost control of the vehicle around 12:45 p.m. at mile marker 111 after one of his tires blew out, the Florida Highway Patrol’s initial investigation suggests. The truck also collided with the center concrete dividing wall.
An overturned dump truck blocked southbound traffic on the 18 Mile Stretch of U.S. 1 heading into the Florida Keys early Friday afternoon. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office reports the accident happened at mile marker 111 around 12:20 p.m., and there is a fuel leak and possibly a person trapped inside the vehicle. This is a developing story.
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