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A member of the Holy Cross women's crew team was killed Wednesday in a two-vehicle crash in Florida.
One of the two team vans collided with a pickup truck near the Barber Bridge in Vero Beach. One person was pronounced dead and 12 others were injured, officials said.
“Unfortunately, there is one confirmed fatality, and it was a member of the team,” Vero Beach Police Chief David Curry said. "The female was in the front passenger side of the first van that was being driven by one of the coaches."
The student's family has been notified. Some of the other victims suffered serious injuries and are undergoing surgery, officials said.
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"This morning, members of the Holy Cross women's rowing team were involved in a serious crash while traveling in Florida. The college is in contact with authorities in Florida and is in the process of gathering more information," the school said in a statement. "Holy Cross has been in touch with the families of those students and coaches and are offering support for all those involved."
Brian Colgon, the director of the Vero Beach Rowing Club, said the van was headed to the club to train for the day.
The victims have not been identified.
Holy Cross, in Worcester, is a liberal arts college that has a full-time enrollment of about 3,150 students.
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