A Florida mom and her two children, awaiting some relaxing weekend in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, alternatively expired in a fiery crash early Monday morning if their vehicle hit a 9-foot alligator crossing a street, police said.
The impact forced Stanley's vehicle to veer off the road and into the median, where it collided with a tree and caught fire.
Investigators say an SUV was traveling north when it hit an alligator crossing the road. Stanley and her two youngsters died from thermal accidents, Fogle stated.
Amber Stanley was driving when her auto hit on an alligator, inducing the vehicle to go off the trail.
Last year Broward county mother of four, Jennifer Rosinski, made headlines when she survived flipping her auto several times after swerving to avoid hitting an alligator crossing northbound Interstate 75 near North Port in Sarasota County, Palm Beach Post noted. The husband, Josh, said he was in Pennsylvania for work at the time of this crash.
"They're going to try and be in water somehow when they're moving but I would bet that they do especially at night, more of them cross", Grosse said. We would've been together coming up on 10 years, ' he told Action News Jacksonville at Ewing Park near their house in Callahan, Florida, where his wife loved to go.
According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the incident happened on I-95 northbound at the 86 mile marker at 12:29 a.m. on May 7.
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