Baker County, FL (November 7, 2018) - A crash in Baker County left one person dead on Wednesday, November 6th. The crash took place on US 90 around 5:25 am.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, 23-year-old Francisco Rodrigue-Alamo was driving a Honda Civic westbound on US 90. For unknown reasons, Rodrigue-Alamo crossed into the eastbound lanes of the highway where his vehicle collided head-on with Chrysler 300. The Honda spun around in the crash. Rodrigue-Alamo was transported to UF Health Jacksonville where he was later pronounced dead. The driver and passenger of the Chrysler sustained minor injuries.
The accident remains under investigation at this time.
A fatal crash is reported in Florida approximately every 3 hours. Head-on collisions are a frequent type of fatal collision on our streets and highways. When a head-on collision occurs, police will conduct a complete investigation and search for answers regarding the accident. Officers will consider factors such as distraction and impairment when determining why a driver crossed into the wrong lane. Our thoughts are with the family of Francisco Rodrigue-Alamo at this time.
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