Sarasota County, FL (January 13, 2019) - A 68-year-old woman is dead following a three-vehicle crash in Sarasota County on Friday, January 11th. The Florida Highway Patrol Reports that the crash took place at the intersection of US 41 and Jacaranda Boulevard around 9:00 am.
According to reports, Sandra Lee Kemper was traveling northbound on Jacaranda and approached a red light. She lost control of her vehicle and rolled through the red light. Kemper's vehicle struck a car driven by 20-year-old Yuriiy Tabakov. Tabakov was traveling southbound on Jacaranda when the incident occurred. Kemper's vehicle continued on and collided with a third vehicle driven by 75-year-old Laura L. Robinson.
Kemper was taken to Venice Hospital where she later died. Neither Tabakov nor Robinson sustained any injuries in the accident.
The Florida Highway Patrol continues to investigate.
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