Survivor of Deadly I-75 Crash to Sue Florida Highway Patrol: Attorney

North Florida man who survived deadly crash that killed 11 people will sue for negligence

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    The North Florida man who survived the deadly Interstate 75 crash that killed 11 people in January plans to sue the Florida Highway patrol for negligence, his attorney announced.

    A north Florida man who survived the deadly Interstate 75 crash that killed 11 people in January has sent notice that he intends to sue the Florida Highway Patrol for negligence.

    An attorney for 22-year-old Steven Camps sent the notice on Friday.

    Deadly Motorcycle Crash

    [MI] Deadly Motorcycle Crash
    Two people are dead after a motorcycle falls from a I-95 overpass onto a railroad. (Published Friday, Jul 29, 2011)

    Camps and a friend were able to jump out of their cars as the deadly pileup south of Gainesville left cars crushed under trucks and vehicles in flames. The pileup started minutes after Florida Highway

    Patrol troopers reopened the highway, which had been closed because of poor visibility from a nearby wildfire.

    Police Release More Details In Deadly Crash

    [MI] Police Release More Details In Deadly Crash
    Witnesses told Miami police the man who plowed his SUV into a minivan, killed three children, reeked of alcohol and never hit the brakes. (Published Friday, Apr 3, 2009)

    Camps says he has suffered psychologically.

    A report released Thursday by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement concluded state troopers made errors but found no criminal violations

    A spokeswoman for the agency says it hadn't yet received the notice.