Deputy Killed In Vehicle Collision

Taylor County (FL) Sheriff’s Deputy Sheriff Scott Williams was killed this morning in a rear-end collision with a logging truck.  He was 46 years old.

About 6:50 a.m., Deputy Scott Williams was driving north on U.S. Highway 19 near Beach Road, where he collided with the back end of the semi truck’s trailer. Florida Highway Patrol said the collision caused Williams’ car to travel across a grass median and two southbound lanes before resting on the west shoulder

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The driver of the semi, 54-year-old Michael Upshaw of Perry, received no injuries.

FHP said charges are pending an investigation.

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