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11th victim found days after deadly crash on Florida highway

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Another victim has been found in the mangled wreckage from Sunday's deadly pileup on Interstate 75, bringing the death toll to 11, MyFoxOrlando.com reports.

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The Highway Patrol says the Alachua County Medical Examiner's Office determined Tuesday that a third victim was inside a Dodge pickup truck that crashed into a tractor-trailer as it traveled south early Sunday. The driver and another passenger in that vehicle have still not been identified.

A dozen cars, six tractor-trailers and a motor home collided early Sunday shortly after authorities reopened I-75. It had been closed for more than three hours because of poor visibility from fog and smoke from a fire. At least 18 people were sent to the hospital.

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