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Wink News
Arrest made in crash that killed 2 in Port Charlotte
Wink News
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. An arrest has been made in a crash that killed two Port Charlotte residents in December 2016. Michel Brutus, 23, of Port Charlotte, is accused of having been the driver the 2015 Nissan Versa that was the single vehicle involved and ...
Port Charlotte man arrested for fleeing fatal crash last year - Fox 4 ...Fox 4
Driver arrested for fleeing deadly crash in Port Charlotte - NBC-2 ...NBC2 News

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Fox 4
Death investigation in Port Charlotte early Monday
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Wink News
North Port man, 57, killed in North Port crash - WINK News
Wink News
NORTH PORT, Fla. A 57-year-old man was killed in a crash Friday evening on Interstate 75 at mile marker 181, the Florida Highway Patrol said. The crash ...

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Wink News
Bayfront Health Punta Gorda hospital reopening
Wink News
The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration gave the facility the OK to begin inpatient admissions at noon Friday, spokeswoman Bevin Gallo said in a press release. The hospital had been closed since sustaining damage in Hurricane Irma, though its ...



Bradenton Herald
Hurricane Charley's 'sucker punch' slammed Port Charlotte in 2004. Now Irma closes in
Bradenton Herald
In 2004, Hurricane Charley defied projections with a surprise “right turn” into Port Charlotte, Fla. The town was all but leveled. Now the community of 54,000 on Florida's west coast, between Sarasota and Fort Myers, could be in Hurricane Irma's ...

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