Florida prosecutor releases report in fatal Miccosukee accident
A state prosecutor in Florida released a report on a fatal accident that involved members of the Miccosukee Tribe.

The report places the blame for the January 2009 accident on Tatiana Furry, who was killed. Her blood alcohol content was 0.32, four times the legal limit, and she crossed into the the wrong lane, according to the prosecutor.

Furry's car collided with one carrying four tribal members. The incident did not occur on the reservation but tribal police officers responded to the scene.

No charges were filed against the driver of the other vehicle or any of the passengers. The incident drew media attention because of the tribal police involvement.

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Tatiana Furry, Killed in Mysterious Miccosukee Crash, Had Blood Alcohol Content of .32 (The Miami New-Times 8/10)

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