Thursday, December 14, 2017

FHP Trooper Saves Woman's Life - She's Later Arrested For DUI

On December 13, 2017 at 11:45 pm the Florida Highway Patrol responded to a traffic crash on Eastbound I75 (Alligator Alley) at mile marker 85. Upon arrival, the trooper observed a single vehicle that drifted off the interstate, resting against the south shoulder fence line. 

The trooper observed an unresponsive female driver sitting in the driver’s seat, doors locked. The trooper’s attempts to wake the unresponsive female were unsuccessful. 

Concerned for her wellbeing, the trooper broke the rear passenger window to gain access only to discover the female did not have a pulse. To gain better access, the trooper then broke the driver’s side window to extricate the female. 

The trooper carried the female out of the vehicle, determined she was not breathing and began to administer CPR, which revived her a short time later. Emergency Medical Services arrived at 12:00 am and transported the female to Physicians Regional Hospital.

The female was later identified as Cory Lynn Webster DOB 7/23/1985 of Delray Beach, Florida. 

Upon being treated and released from the hospital, the trooper placed Ms. Webster under arrest for Driving Under the Influence (3rd Violation in 10 Years – 3rd Degree Felony) and Driving while License Suspended. 

A breath test revealed her alcohol concentration level to be .039, drug screen results are pending.

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