• January 24, 2017

Alyce Whitman Killed, Enrique Garduno Hurt in Flagler County, FL

Flagler County, FL -- A two-vehicle crash in the area of Flagler County, FL claimed the life of 63-year-old Alyce Whitman and left Enrique Garduno injured Friday, January 20, 2017.

The collision happened at County Road 304 and County Road 305 about 4:30 p.m.

Mr. Garduno was reportedly driving a Ford van northbound on 305 when the vehicle pulled in front of a 2012 Honda CV. The Ford van collided with the Honda, occupied by Ms. Whitman. The two vehicles subsequently crashed into the guardrail.

The report claims Ms. Whitman was initially found with a faint pulse, but by the time air transport arrived, the woman was declared dead.

Enrique Garduno, 61, was left with minor injuries on the incident.

The cause of the incident had yet to be determined.

The investigation is currently underway.

map of the area


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