Driver in Fatal Crash Had High BAC
Brian Keith Ferry, Sr. is accused of killing a cabdriver as he fled from police. Ferry had a BAC of 0.205, which is over twice the legal limit of 0.08 blood alcohol content (BAC). Ferry was wanted on a warrant for driving on a suspended license at the time of the crash. Ferry has not been permitted to drive in Florida for over 10 years. His driving problems began in 1996 with a refusal to take a breathalyzer. His license was permanently revoked in 2001. Ferry was a at the Copper Mug Bar on Belcher Road around 1:45 a.m.. When Clearwater, Florida police attempted to pull over his 1998 Dodge Ram, he fled. Ferry went through a red light and struck the Yellow Cab driven by Joshua James Donahue. Donahue was 32 years old from New Port Richery, Florida and was a father of three children. He was pronounced dead approximately an hour after the accident at Mease Countryside Hospital. Ferry was arrested.
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