Alligator Causes Fiery SC Crash That Kills 3

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A mother and her two children died in a fiery crash on I-95 near Holly Hill, SC on Monday.

Amber Stanley, 2 2-4, along with her kids, Jack, 4, and Autumn, 2, were driving Interstate 95, near the Inter State 26 exit, just earlier 1 a.m. Monday if Stanley's vehicle struck the alligator, " said Sean D. Fogle, " the Chief Deputy Coroner using the Orangeburg County Coroner's Office.

Stanley and her kids died from burns from the crash. The collision caused the vehicle to run off the left side of the road, into the median, before it struck a tree and caught fire, according to First Coast News' sister station WLTX.

Ms Stanley's devastated husband and the family's sole survivor Josh Stanley fought back tears as he mourned the death of his high school sweetheart. "I'll go, 'That's Amber.' And I know it's not", he continued. The trio had determined to go for a weekend journey on the time of their loss of life.

The Stanleys have been from Callahan, Fla., a city northwest of Jacksonville. The last thing I said was, 'I love you, and I'll talk to you later, ' he said.

Mr Stanley was supposed to join his family on their trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, but had to attend work training out of state.

"It's been hard. I mean, I know it happened". Josh Stanley stated his spouse cherished visiting the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens and he'd like to rearrange a memorial there for his spouse and youngsters.