17-Year-Old Girl Killed, Multiple Injured In Florida Keys Boat Crash

17-year-old girl killed, multiple injured in florida keys boat crash

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A 17-year-old girl was killed and several people are in the hospital after a boat carrying 14 passengers crashed and capsized. Classmates and teachers gathered to pray for those critically injured. WTVJ’s Julia Bagg reports.

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