Florida mother, 2 youngsters die after automotive hits alligator in SC

Alligator Causes Fiery SC Crash That Kills 3

Alligator Causes Fiery SC Crash That Kills 3

A Florida mother and her two children died in an accident after their vehicle hit a 9-foot alligator crossing a highway, according to Fox News. Stanley, her 4-year-old son, and 2-year-old daughter, all of Callahan, Fla., died as a result of burns, the Orangeburg County Coroner's Office tells the State.

A mother and her two children are dead after a auto collision with an alligator.

The accident occurred at 12:49 a.m.as Staley's 2011 Kia Soul was traveling north on the interstate, according to S.C. Highway Patrol Lance Cpl.




According to Fox News, the vehicle then caught on fire, causing fatal injuries to the three. Amber Stanley was killed along with her son, Jack, and daughter, Autumn, from injuries after their auto hit a tree and caught fire after colliding with the alligator.

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.

Josh Stanley said he's the family's lone survivor and was out of town when his wife and kids were heading for a weekend getaway in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. "Or, some kids say 'dad" or something".

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