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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Update 1:20 p.m. Saturday: The Florida Highway Patrol has identified the woman killed in Friday's crash on I-295 as Flagler College freshman Haven Shonio, 19.

The driver of the 1998 Toyota 4runner was Karen Gregory, 19, from Ponte Vedra Beach, according to FHP. Gregory remains in serious condition at Baptist South hospital. Melissa Martinez, another 19-year-old passenger from Jacksonville, was also seriously injured and taken to UF Health in serious condition.

Shonio was from Stowe, Vermont.

According to FHP, both Gregory and Shonio and Martinez were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.

A Flagler College official confirmed all three victims were freshman at Flagler College.

The Florida Highway Patrol confirmed a fatal car crash on I-295 North near the OldSt. Augustine Road exit.

According to Sgt. Dylan Bryan with FHP, the accident happened just before 11:30 a.m. Friday.

Bryan reported that a silver Toyota 4-Runner was traveling northbound in the left lane, when the driver made an improper lane change into the center lane, colliding with a tractor trailer.

The impact caused the SUV to flip.

There were three people in the SUV. The 19-year-old passenger in the SUV died in the crash.

The driver and the person in the backseat was taken to UF Health in critical condition, but the injuries are not considered to be life threatening.

The driver of the tractor trailer was not injured and is cooperating with FHP's investigation.

FHP said traffic was delayed in both directions for three hours.

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