Florida woman, 25, killed and 3 injured in Bay County crash || Bay County News

Florida woman, 25, killed and 3 injured in Bay County crash

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Bay County, Fl. – A Florida woman was killed and three others seriously injured in a two-vehicle Bay County crash on early Saturday.

According to a Florida Highway Patrol press release, a 25-year-old woman from Greenwood City, Fla., was killed while riding a sedan on State Road 79 at approximately 2:50 a.m. She was not wearing a seatbelt and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Her driver, a 24-year-old woman from Marianna City, Fl., who was not even wearing a seatbelt, was seriously injured. A 24-year-old man from Cottondale City, Fl., who was also in the vehicle, was seriously injured while wearing a seatbelt. A third passenger, a 24-year-old from Caryville, Fl., was wearing a seatbelt and suffered minor injuries.

The 53-year-old male driver of the other vehicle, also a sedan, was seriously injured and was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident. He is from Niceville, Fl.

All those injured in the accident were taken to hospitals for treatment.

The press release said the vehicle driven by the woman was heading southbound in the northbound lanes of State Road 79. The second vehicle, driven by the man, was heading northbound on State Road 79 in an inner lane. The woman was traveling in the direct path of the man’s sedan.

Stay tuned for more updates and Bay County News.

Florida woman caged her child with autism

Florida woman Melissa Doss caged her child


PALM BAY, Fl. – According to police records, a 43-year-old Palm Bay, Florida woman is accused of keeping a child with autism in a cage.

Melissa Doss is facing three charges of child neglect and one charge of serious child abuse.

According to records, officers responded to the house on Fillmore Avenue several times over the past weekend.

Investigators said she had allowed officers to go inside the house.

Police said they could smell feces and urine as soon as they went inside.

Officials said garbage and insects were scattered all over the house.

Records show that no part of the floor was visible throughout the dwelling.

According to investigators, several parts of the roof have been cut.

According to the police, mold was seen in the house. Officials said they considered the house uninhabited.

According to officials, there was neither food nor water in the house.

Police said they saw that it contained a cage, a blanket, and a pillow.

According to records, Doss is accused of trapping her daughter with autism in a cage at night to keep him indoors.

The child is now in the custody of the Florida Department of Children and Families.

Stay tuned for the latest updates & Palm Bay news.