Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Andrew Dunn looks in a pickup truck that crashed through the fence on the 18-Mile Stretch last August. Dunn was disciplined by the FHP following a complaint from a sergeant that he didn't do enough to try saving the driver of the vehicle.
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Andrew Dunn looks in a pickup truck that crashed through the fence on the 18-Mile Stretch last August. Dunn was disciplined by the FHP following a complaint from a sergeant that he didn't do enough to try saving the driver of the vehicle. DAVID GOODHUE KeysInfoNet
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Andrew Dunn looks in a pickup truck that crashed through the fence on the 18-Mile Stretch last August. Dunn was disciplined by the FHP following a complaint from a sergeant that he didn't do enough to try saving the driver of the vehicle. DAVID GOODHUE KeysInfoNet

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