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Victoria Ann Jordan, 21, was killed in a one-car crash Nov. 16. She was the passenger; the driver, fellow Palm Coast resident Kendall Jerel Thomas, 25, was listed in serious condition.
The crash occurred at 2:27 a.m. Nov. 16, at U.S. 1 north of Matanzas Woods Parkway. Neither Jordan nor Thomas was wearing a seatbelt.
According to the report from the Florida Highway Patrol, Thomas was driving a 2000 Toyota Camry southbound, when he failed to negotiate a curve due to excessive speed. The car struck several trees, causing it to overturn. Both Thomas and Jordan were ejected.
Jordan was pronounced dead on the scene; Thomas was transported to Halifax Trauma.
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- My heart goes out to the everyone involved in this bad car accident, I can't pass judgement on the driver or the passenger, I will keep the parents of Kendall and Jordon in my prayers I can't amagine what there going through because my son is Kendall best friend and he's hurting.
May God be with the families and freinds of Kendall and Jorden and give them strenght to make go on.
As for young adults drinking and driving under the influence is a joke if you feel you have had to much to drink or let another person under the influence drive you, call someone a friend or a family memeber it's not worth dying for.
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WEEKEND: Donate toys at Holiday at the Beach
Donations for children in need will be collected at Flagler Beach's holiday parade; and, a Grammy winner will be featured this weekend at Hollingsworth.
OUR TOWN: Sheriff graduates second class of 2013
Also: Let's hear it for the Matanzas Women's Club, which raised $5,000 for college scholarships; the holiday boat parade needs captains; and more.
No Shave November Contest
Locals have been growing their facial hair over the past month, but on Nov. 30, they reconvened at Woody's BBQ to pick the best beards and mustaches. November is prostate cancer awareness month and FPC's boys lacrosse team started a local no-shave contest with 30 participants. They raised more than $1,000 for Florida Hospital Flagler.