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    Tampa woman injured in wreck dies in hospital

    ©Associated Press
    January 5, 2003

    FORT LAUDERDALE -- A young woman involved in a rollover crash where Sen. Bill Frist stopped to treat the victims died after she was removed from life support, a hospital spokeswoman said Saturday.

    Shadia Rene, 20, the half sister of two children who also died from injuries sustained in the rollover, was taken off life support at 1:05 a.m. and pronounced dead, Broward General Medical Center spokeswoman Jenny Pudwell said.

    Felicienne Kali, 11, and her brother, Felix Kali, 14, were killed in the crash, police said.

    Their mother, Stella Kali, 39, who Frist treated, remained in critical condition early Saturday. Their father, Jocelyn Kali, 40, was in good condition, Pudwell said. Family friend Meme Chery, 33, was released from the hospital Friday. All are from Tampa.

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