I-75 report outlines the minute by minute details of the events leading up to fatal I-75 crashes
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has completed its investigation of the events leading up the I-75 fatal crashes that took place nearly three months go. The lengthy detailed report was made public Thursday. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Kelsey Peck gives us an inside look at what the agency found and what’s being recommended to make Florida roadways safer.
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