According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a toddler and a woman were killed after a deadly crash in Bradford County.
From the report received from the troopers, the accident happened when a driver of a Ford Freestar was traveling westbound on State Road 100 near Southeast 14th Avenue. For unknown reasons, the driver crossed over into the eastbound lane and struck a Dodge Ram head-on.
It was reported that the driver, Shelby Rosenthal, 29, and her passenger, Zander Rosenthal, 3, of Starke, were killed in the crash.
The report says Bastian Rosenthal, a 6-year-old passenger of the Freestar, was taken to UF Health with serious injuries. According to troopers, the 20-year-old driver of the Ram had minor injuries.
No information on the primary cause of the crash has been released to the press at the time of this report. Investigations of the Bradford County accident is still ongoing.
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Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “Car accidents can result in severe injuries and sometimes unfortunately, like in this case, even death. After an accident, families often have many questions about what next steps to undertake. Although nothing can undo the pain and suffering that everyone involved must endure, an experienced car accident attorney will help get you through this difficult time. Our deepest sympathies go out the the family of Mr. Holloway after this tragedy.”
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