Woman Killed on Bridge Leading to Apalachicola

By: Eyewitness News Email
By: Eyewitness News Email

 


May 3, 2012 - 9am

Click on the PDF above for the FHP report

An Eastpoint, Florida woman was killed in an accident on the bridge leading into Apalachicola.

The Florida Highway Patrol says 54-year-old Vicki Segree died when her Kia Sedona was hit by a Toyota pickup driven by 19-year-old Chandler Moses. FHP says the driver of the pickup swerved into Segree's lane on Highway 98 and hit her vehicle head-on. After the truck struck her car, it flipped numerous times. Chandler Moses suffered serious injuries as did the passenger in Segree's car, 37-year-old Sabrina Hicks.

Troopers say alchohol was not a factor.


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  • by Anonymous on May 4, 2012 at 05:16 PM
    This is sad for both families involved...I feel sorry for the Moses boy as he has to live with killing a person for the rest of his life....Ms. Vickie is in glory and does not worry about such things any more....Now was it his truck, texting, driving careless we may never know, but God knows and God will be his judge one day...once again sad for both families!
  • by Family Location: NC on May 4, 2012 at 10:58 AM
    I know only what I have heard and I can say that if the driver of the truck was going 80 MPH as has been stated, then he is VERY MUCH AT FAULT!!! The facts will come out and while it is very sad that this happened, he LIVED to see his family and Vicky's children and family no longer have a mother or a daughter, sister, cousin or friend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • by Anonymous on May 4, 2012 at 10:14 AM
    Some people just lack the mental capacity to understand that driving is just as dangerous as handling a loaded gun.
  • by Human on May 4, 2012 at 06:28 AM
    Wow - I am amazed at how many people out there never make a mistake. Also at how many bitter, vindictive people there are, that take the first opportunity to criticize others without knowing all the facts. Here's to the perfect people.....
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      by Anonymous on May 4, 2012 at 10:25 AM in reply to Human
      Really? I'm amazed at how many people fail to realize that there are no dangerous roads; only dangerous drivers.
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        by Smarter than Human on May 4, 2012 at 06:42 PM in reply to
        I second that--REALLY???? ie;Human, I bet you wouldn't be so quick to criticize the ones you say are criticizing if it were your WIFE,MOTHER,OR SISTER!!!
  • by Anonymous on May 4, 2012 at 01:19 AM
    Just another driver who can't handle his vehicle under the given conditions. Hopefully FHP is investigating for vehicular manslaughter.
  • by anonymous on May 3, 2012 at 04:48 PM
    I love how people are assuming that it was texting!!! Did some of you just ignore the first two postings? I do believe they asked no to "jump to conclusions" and "not to assume that the other driver was texting on his cell phone." Show some respect and do NOT run your mouths about something you do not know anything about. Thank you.
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      by GV on May 4, 2012 at 05:12 AM in reply to anonymous
      Who are the first two posters to tell someone what they can think?
  • by Heather Foster Location: Tallahassee Fl on May 3, 2012 at 01:38 PM
    RIP Mrs. Vicki my heart goes out to all the families involved!
  • by Lesi Location: Panama on May 3, 2012 at 01:07 PM
    Y'all need to stop all the foolishness because their probably was something wrong with his car or he was texting a driving...its none of y'all bussiness its the families of those who died so all y'all get it right!!!!!!!!!:(
  • by CLOSE FRIEND Location: eastpoint on May 3, 2012 at 11:20 AM
    Don't jump to conclusions and say things about people that you don't even know! I personally know all involved in the accident and the young boy claims that something in his truck went out and he could not control it, which is VERY likely for a 15 year-old vehicle. He was also seriously injured and all families and friends are hurting right now so please keep your comments to yourself if you are going to be disrespectful. Thank-you.
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      by Tallahassee Resident on May 3, 2012 at 01:15 PM in reply to CLOSE FRIEND
      The owner of a vehicle is responsible for its maintenance and safety; my last cars were still running like new after they were 15, 13, and 12 years old. You can't blame an "accident" on your car when you're the one who was supposed to be maintaining it. This is doubly important in a state with no vehicle inspection, so it's anything-goes for vehicle safety.
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        by Just me on May 3, 2012 at 08:05 PM in reply to Tallahassee Resident
        Some of us are happy that we dont have vehicle inspection..SOME OF US DONT HAVE THE MONEY TO FIX ARE VEHICLE RIGHT AWAY!!!! Yes if you know that something like this can happen then dont drive your car..But some times "accidents" do happen...I know someone that just yesterday truck cut off on her going down the road she took it to the shop and the man told her that some wires had came apart...But just in April she had the truck looked at,at the same shope because she was driving it up to ATL..Thinking of both families.
  • by Please on May 3, 2012 at 11:00 AM
    So unfortunate. But let us please remember, dont assume the other driver was texting or on his cellphone. Yes, that could very well be the reason. Another reason would be that he had an unexpected medical emergency such as a seizure. We wont know until they release the report. So, before we blame and assume, lets just think of both families who are going through a very difficult moment right now and give them our utmost sympothies.
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