32-year-old woman killed in north Orlando crash

A 32-year-old woman from the Virgin Islands was killed after the vehicle in which she was riding was involved in a crash in a north Orlando crash.

The accident took place in the Lockhart community around 3:20 a.m. on Sunday morning at the intersection of Beggs Road and Rose Avenue.

A 22-year-old Orlando man was traveling northbound on Rose Avenue, while a 37-year-old Sanford man was driving an SUV westbound on Edgewater Drive.

According to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol, the two vehicles collided in the intersection for unknown reasons. FHP is investigating which vehicle had the right of way.

The drivers of both vehicles were transported to Orlando Health with non-life threatening injuries. The woman, a 32-year-old from St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands, died after she was transported to AdventHealth South.

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