Florida Highway Patrol defends actions taken during deadly I-75 tragedy
The Florida Highway Patrol is defending itself against an investigative report criticizing how the agency handled the deadly Interstate-75 crash in late January. As FPR’s Sascha Cordner reports, the agency’s response released Friday places much of the blame on the drivers in the incident, which left 11 people dead.
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