St. Augustine Florida Woman (Robin Challberg) Dies in Clay County Auto Accident

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A St. Augustine, Florida, woman recently died in a car crash in Clay County, Florida. According to troopers of the Florida Highway Patrol, Robin Challberg, 57, was traveling eastbound on County Road 220 in her 2002 Volkswagon when she came into contact with a Toyota Camry. The driver of the Toyota was identified as Thankvan Vo of Orange Park. Troopers say Vo failed to stop at a red light and struck the Volkswagon on the left side. Challberg was taken to Shands Hospital, she was later pronounced dead. The report by the FHP revealed that charges are pending further investigation. For more read St. Augustine, Florida woman tragically killed in Clay County car crash.
Car accidents are a leading cause of death for adults, teenagers and children. Florida drivers need to stay attentive and keep their focus on the road. A factor in many Florida car accidents is distracted driving. Distracted driving includes talking and texting on a cell phone, eating, drinking, grooming, talking with other passengers and listening to music too loudly. These behaviors take a driver’s attention off the road and increase the likelihood that the driver will be involved in a car crash.

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