Test results released for driver in Winter Park day care crash

FHP says Albert Campbell, 61, had no drugs or alcohol in system

ORLANDO, Fla. – Florida Highway Patrol troopers said on Thursday the driver of the car that crashed into a Winter Park day care, killing one child and injuring more than a dozen others, didn't have drugs or alcohol in his system.

No charges have been filed against Albert Campbell, 61, after his Toyota Solara crashed into the KinderCare Learning Center on Goldenrod Road last week. Robert Corchado, who troopers say struck Campbell's vehicle in the back, pushing it into the building, has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident with death.

Corchado, 28, turned himself in last week after the crash prompted a statewide manhunt. He was booked into the Orange County jail on $100,000 bond.

The release of the test results comes a day after FHP released its report on the crash, which killed 4-year-old Lily Quintus.

One of the boys that was admitted to Arnold Palmer Hospital with serious injuries was released on Wednesday.

Three-year-old June DeCaldzada is still in the Intensive Care Unit. Her mother tells Local 6 she is making progress but doctors say she will be in the hospital for at least another month.