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Deputy Bridges served as a civil process deputy with the Hardee County Sheriff's Office. She was leaving a hurricane shelter where she was assigned, and the Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the crash, the newspaper reported . No other vehicles were involved and both Bridges and Ossman were the sole occupants of their vehicles, police said. No other details have been released.
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