OKALOOSA COUNTY, FL — A single-vehicle accident resulted in one mans death and the arrest of a driver in Okaloosa County, Florida on Tuesday, March 25th, 2014, according to a news report from the Northwest Florida Daily News.
Police working with accident investigation crews and local fire departments have said that 27-year-old Duloris Gonzalez was killed when the vehicle she was a passenger in crashed while driving on Highway 98. It is not clear from the article what happened to cause the car to crash.
Scene of the Accident
Duloris Gonzalez was taken to nearby Fort Walton Beach Medical Center where she died a short time after her arrival. The driver of the car was later identified as Sean Gallagher, who currently faces drunk driving related charges from the fatal crash.
Florida State Police expect to release more information about the accident in the coming days.
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