Detectives have ruled the carbon monoxide that killed a father, and hospitalized five others, an accident.
The South Miami home of an army veteran received a much-needed improvement Tuesday—all at no cost for the 85-year-old.
The investigation surrounding the death of bus driver Laquita Alvin has expanded with Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez instructing police to examine not only how she died but also determine who may have tampered with a safety device on her bus that could have saved her life.
Laquita Alvin’s daughter, Terrinisha, could barely hold back her tears or her anger after learning that her mother’s death could have been prevented if the county had properly maintained a warning system on Alvin’s bus.
On December 5, at approximately 4:30 pm, Miami-Dade County Transit driver Laquito Alvin steered her bus into the Northside Depot on 79th Street and Northwest 32nd Avenue. It was the end of her route, which had taken her from the Northside Depot to Mercy Hospital and back, and she would have just a few minutes to go to the bathroom before starting the circuit all over again.
Florida Fish and Wildlife officials said the water was choppy and a stiff wind blowing Sunday when a group of boaters had to be rescued off Boca Chita Key when their vessel capsized.
A woman severely injured in a boating accident on Saturday night has passed away.
South Florida is still shaken up over a boating accident off Dinner Key that left four people dead and several others injured, according to FWC.
Four people are dead after a three boat crash off Dinner Key Saturday morning, according to sources.
Fire boats and divers searched the waters off Key Biscayne Saturday morning after a boater reported three people missing.