Laramie Woman Dies In Florida Auto Crash
A Laramie Woman has died after the vehicle she was driving rolled into a retention pond in Florida.
According to a story from the Orlando Sentinel, 64-year-old Mary Arbour of Laramie died at a hospital in Kissimmee, Florida, after her S.U.V. rolled into a retention pond in Osceloa County, Florida.
According to the Florida newspaper's website, 911 calls were made, Monday afternoon, reporting that Arbour was pulled over on the side of the road saying that she looked dazed and was unresponsive.
A short time later, the Orlando Sentinel says, it was reported that Arbour's vehicle had rolled into a retention pond near the highway. Several people attempted to rescue Arbour from the pond, which is said to be the home of alligators, however Arbour's body was not recovered until the Orlando Police dive team was called in.
Calls made by the KOWB News Center to the Osceloa Sheriff's Department and the Florida Highway Patrol asking for comment were not returned at the time of this writing. We will bring you more on this story as information becomes available.