Man dies in wrong-way crash in rural Osceola County, troopers say

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- The Florida Highway Patrol says a 28-year-old woman was driving drunk with her young son in the auto when she crashed into several vehicles on Interstate 4.

The Highway Patrol also reported a second, separate accident on I-95 northbound at Florida 206, just south of the fatal crash scene. She faces charges of DUI, child neglect, leaving the scene of a crash and battery on a law enforcement officer.

The first crash, called in at 4:40 a.m., involved two large trucks and three other vehicles, but the Highway Patrol has not released information on injuries or who the fatal victim was.

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The second crash, involving a auto and a truck, happened on the I-95 overpass, according to a Facebook post from the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office.

A driver is dead and his passenger is critically injured after the pair hit a semitrailer head-on early Saturday, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

The two wrecks followed a Thursday night crash on USA 1 at Race Track Road that killed a Ponte Vedra Beach woman.