FedEx driver saves child after car crash
>> Read more trending newsDamien Rose was coming to the end of his shift when he chanced upon a car crash, WCSC reported. There was a child trapped in the wreckage. Rose was able to pull a door open and scoop up the child from the car seat, getting him to safety. He also tried to save a woman who was trapped in a second car but was unable to because of the damage her car had sustained, WCSC reported. I never trip about things like that,” Rose said, according to WYFF.wftv.com
Video: Armed carjacker ties up FedEx driver in Pennsylvania
Philadelphia police look for carjacking suspect Philadelphia police released surveillance video as they investigate a carjacking where a FedEx driver was tied up and packages were stolen. PHILADELPHIA — Police in Philadelphia are asking for help finding the armed man who tied up a FedEx delivery driver and stole packages. >> Read more trending newsVideo posted by police to YouTube shows a man in a blue jacket getting into the FedEx truck and appearing to threaten the driver, who is in the back. Police said the suspect in the video was actually pointing a gun at the driver. Police told WTXF the suspect tied the driver up, leaving him in the back, and asked him where the “good packages” were, before driving down the street and stealing some packages from the truck.wftv.com
White father and son charged with shooting at Black FedEx driver in case echoing Arbery’s killing
Brandon and Gregory Case were charged in Brookhaven, Miss., after they allegedly chased and shot at D’Monterrio Gibson in an incident the driver’s attorney says was a “copycat crime” of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.washingtonpost.com
Hate crime probe sought in Mississippi attempted shooting
Two white men are facing charges, but Moore said the state needs to upgrade those charges to attempted murder. He said as he was leaving, he noticed a white pickup truck pulling away from another house on the same large lot. He said the pickup driver tried to cut him off as he left the driveway. He said the white pickup chased him to the interstate highway near Brookhaven before ending the pursuit. “That has to be the most frightening experience one could face as a young Black man,' Bryant said.wftv.com
‘This Was Attempted Murder’: Two White Men Chased and Shot At a Black FedEx Driver While He Delivered Packages; Attorney Slams ‘Too Light’ Charges for Father-Son Duo
A Black Federal Express driver says that he was shot at by a white man during his shift. The 24-year-old man has given pictures to […]news.yahoo.com
Lawyers demand serious charges for gunfire at Black driver
Lawyers for Gibson say more serious charges, including hate crime charges, are warranted in what they believe was a racially motivated assault. Gibson told The Associated Press on Friday that he was in uniform when the incident happened. Early this week, Collins, who is Black, pushed back against allegations on social media of racism in Brookhaven. “People need to be careful what they post on social media,” Collins said. “If somebody is killed or hurt because of what you post on social media, you will be charged, too.”Copyright 2022 The Associated Press.wftv.com
FedEx driver fired upon, chased in Mississippi; father, son in custody, police say
A father and son in Mississippi are facing criminal charges after allegedly shooting at, and then chasing, a FedEx driver on Jan. 24, 2022. — A father and son in Mississippi are facing criminal charges after allegedly shooting at, and then chasing, a FedEx driver on Jan. 24. According to police, the driver was piloting a white Hertz rental truck but was dressed in his FedEx uniform, WLBT reported. The FedEx driver reportedly drove on the grass to avoid hitting the gun-wielding man, at which point the younger Case shot into the truck multiple times. Brandon Case then joined his father in the pickup truck, and the pair chased the FedEx driver until he reached Interstate 55, WLBT reported.wftv.com
Just in time: Alabama fire department delivers delayed FedEx packages
BESSEMER, Ala. — Members of an Alabama fire department saved the holiday for several people on Friday, making sure packages sent to their address were delivered in time for Christmas. >> Read more trending newsThe Birmingport Fire Department in Bessemer received five packages this week from FedEx that were addressed to other locations, AL.com reported. After contacting FedEx to schedule a pickup time for the packages, members of the fire department decided to deliver the packages on Christmas Eve when FedEx never scheduled a pickup time, the television station reported. The fire department received three packages on Monday and two on Thursday and none of them were theirs. They could’ve just waited on FedEx,” Bessemer resident Melissa Joyner told WBMA.wftv.com
Police officers deliver dumped FedEx packages
Special delivery Police in North Carolina took care of delivering packages after people in an apartment complex said they watched a FedEx driver dump the boxes in a parking lot and in the woods. (Greenville p/Facebook)GREENVILLE, N.C. — Police officers in North Carolina have gone the extra mile to make sure packages complete their last mile. >> Read more trending newsPolice in Greenville stepped in and did the job of the FedEx driver who allegedly dumped more than 70 packages in a parking lot and woods near an apartment complex. A person who was at the complex reported the package dump and gave police the FedEx truck’s license plate number, WITN reported. The officers eventually rounded up the dozens of packages and delivered them to their destinations, making 73 different stops, WNCT reported.wftv.com
FedEx subcontractor charged after hundreds of packages dumped in Alabama
BLOUNT COUNTY, Ala. — Authorities on Friday announced that charges have been filed against a FedEx subcontractor who admitted to dumping packages in a roadside ditch last month in Alabama. FedEx employees were able to scan 153 of the packages to determine where they were meant to go. Nearly 260 packages were unidentifiable due to issues with their barcodes or the legibility of the recipients’ addresses or names, Sheriff Mark Moon said. >> Related: FedEx packages found dumped in Alabama“This young man … admitted to everything that was asked of him and that we could prove, and was very upfront,” Moon said at a news conference. Moon said Charleston worked as a subcontractor when he drove and delivered for FedEx, but that he has since been fired from the position.wftv.com
FedEx packages found dumped in Alabama
JEMISON, Ala. — More than a dozen FedEx packages were found dumped in a wooded area of Jemison, Alabama, days after hundreds of other packages were found dumped in an Alabama ravine. Packages found in Alabama woods. Packages left in the woods in Jemison, Alabama. A single FedEx driver who was blamed for dumping the packages into the ravine was no longer with the company, The New York Times reported. On Facebook, the Blount County Sheriff’s Office said the driver dumped packages at least six times, impacting as many as 450 individual victims.wftv.com
A FedEx driver dumped more than 400 packages into an Alabama ravine, sheriff says
Authorities are investigating a FedEx driver who took at least six trips last month to dump around 450 packages into a ravine in northern Alabama for reasons that remain unknown, Blount County Sheriff Mark Moon said.washingtonpost.com
FedEx driver questioned about hundreds of packages in woods
The recent discovery of hundreds of packages in a wooded area north of Alabama's most populous city have led authorities to question a FedEx driver, a sheriff said Monday. As many as 400 packages of varying sizes were found in a ravine last week about 30 miles (50 kilometers) north of Birmingham, authorities said. The discovery was made on private property near the small town of Hayden in Blount County, Sheriff Mark Moon said.news.yahoo.com
Hundreds of FedEx packages thrown off Alabama ravine
Packages found: Authorities found hundreds of FedEx packages at the bottom of a ravine in central Alabama. (Blount County Sheriff's Office)People in central Alabama wondering about the status of their FedEx package may have some unwelcome news. >> Read more trending newsAccording to the Blount County Sheriff’s Office, deputies discovered “300 to 400 boxes of assorted sizes” that appear to have “been thrown off a ravine,” WIAT reported. The ravine was located near Hayden in the southwestern part of the county, the sheriff’s office wrote in a Facebook post. FedEx officials said workers will scan the packages to see where they came from and their destination, WIAT reported.wftv.com
FedEx fake: Woman wearing delivery uniform stole packages, police say
Stolen packages Police said Linda Woester dressed as a FedEx employee and took packages from a Pittsburgh neighborhood. (WPXI)PITTSBURGH — Police in Pittsburgh said a woman pretended to be a FedEx worker and took hundreds of dollars in packages from a single neighborhood. >> Read more trending newsPolice said neighbors recorded video of Laura Woester on Nov. 4 as she removed packages from properties, WPXI reported. But neighbors told WPXI as Woester looked for packages sitting on a doorstep, a car followed behind. WPXI reached out to FedEx to find out if Woester is an employee and where she got the uniform.wftv.com
FedEx, UPS release 2021 shipping deadlines ahead of holiday surge
FedEx, UPS release 2021 shipping deadlines ahead of holiday surge Delivery giants FedEx and UPS on Monday, Oct. 11, 2021, released shipping deadlines through Christmas in a bid to help customers avoid holiday delays amid nationwide worker shortages and supply chain disruptions. Delivery giants FedEx and UPS on Monday released shipping deadlines through Christmas in a bid to help customers avoid holiday delays amid nationwide worker shortages and supply chain disruptions. >> Read more trending newsMeanwhile, UPS reminded customers via its website that its service guarantee remains suspended for most services due to COVID-19, CBS News reported. >> Related: Holiday shipping: USPS issues 2021 deadlines as crunch loomsAccording to the shippers’ websites, the following deadlines are intended to ensure deliveries arrive in time for Christmas:FedEx:Dec. 9 : Ground Economy: Ground Economy Dec. 15 : Ground and Home Delivery: Ground and Home Delivery Dec. 21 : Express Saver: Express Saver Dec. 22 : Two-day and Two-day a.m.: Two-day and Two-day a.m. Dec. 23 : Overnight: Overnight Dec. 24: Same-dayUPS:Dec. 21 : Second-day Air Services: Second-day Air Services Dec. 23 : Next-day Air Services: Next-day Air Services Dec. 25 : No pickup service (UPS holiday): No pickup service (UPS holiday) Ground shipping: Check UPS website for quote. ©2021 Cox Media Groupwftv.com
UPS to hire 100,000 seasonal employees; Amazon, Target, others to boost workforce
UPS seasonal jobs FILE PHOTO: UPS is looking to fill 100,000 jobs across the country this holiday season. (hapabapa/Getty Images)The holiday hiring season is here as companies get ready for the onslaught of shoppers. Target is also looking to hire 100,000 seasonal employees at stores across the company, Fox Business reported. >>Related: Walmart hiring 20K supply chain workers ahead of holiday seasonTo apply for jobs at UPS, click here. To apply for Target jobs, click here.wftv.com
Stocks rise broadly on Wall Street ahead of Fed statement
APTOPIX Financial Markets Wall Street A.k.a Brands CEO Jill Ramsey rings the ceremonial first trade bell as her company's stock begins trading, on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) (Richard Drew)Stocks rose broadly on Wall Street Wednesday ahead of an update from the Federal Reserve on how and when it might begin easing its extraordinary support measures for the economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 394 points, or 1.2%, to 34,313 and the Nasdaq rose 0.8%. Gains within the S&P 500 were broad and could potentially break a four-day losing streak if they hold. Wall Street has been trying to gauge how the slowdown in the economic recovery will affect the Fed's decision-making process.wftv.com
US Sikh community traumatized by yet another mass shooting
Members of the Sikh community are feeling a collective trauma over the mass shooting in Indianapolis that killed eight people, including four Sikhs, and say more needs to be done to combat the bigotry, bias and violence they have suffered for decades in America.
Wall Street closing lower; bank stocks fall
Stocks were moving lower in the first hour of trading Friday, March 19, as bond yields continued to rise. Bank stocks fell after the Federal Reserve announced it would end some of its emergency measures put into place for the industry last year to help deal with the pandemic. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 234.33 points, or 0.7%, to 32,627.97, pulled lower by financial companies. Smaller company stocks also notched gains. Big bank stocks were particularly hurt, since the Fed's measures mostly apply to the nation's largest banks.
ATV driver who collided with FedEx truck in Deltona dies
DELTONA, Fla. – A 35-year-old man who had been hospitalized since early February after his ATV crashed into a FedEx truck died Saturday, according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office. Joseph Sledge was critically injured Feb. 5 around 10 a.m. when deputies say Joseph Sledge was riding his ATV north on Courtland Boulevard toward South Dorchester Drive and the driver of a FedEx truck turned right onto South Dorchester Drive in the path of the ATV. AdDeputies said Sledge braked to avoid the collision but his ATV flipped, causing both the vehicle and the rider to hit the truck. The FedEx driver was uninjured. Sledge was transported to Central Florida Regional Hospital with serious injuries, where he died Saturday.
EXPLAINER: How have storms affected COVID-19 vaccinations?
People wait in line for the opening of a 24-hour, walk-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic hosted by the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium at Temple University's Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Friday, Feb. 19, 2021. Meanwhile, several states have complained about vaccination delays and have had to cancel appointments. Drug wholesaler McKesson, chosen by the federal government to distribute most COVID-19 vaccines, is handling shipments to hospitals and other medical providers. Moderna’s vaccine is shipped frozen, at minus 13 degrees Fahrenheit to 5 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 25 to minus 15 degrees Celsius). In Tennessee, the state’s health agency said distributors have been unable to pack and ship the COVID-19 vaccine this week due to the winter weather.
FedEx to cut up to 6,300 jobs in Europe over next 18 months
FedEx plans to cut up to 6,300 jobs in Europe after its acquisition of TNT Express. FedEx said Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021, that the cuts will take place over 18 months and include express-delivery operations and back-office employees of TNT across the continent. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)MEMPHIS, Tenn. – FedEx plans to cut up to 6,300 jobs in Europe as it completes the process of combining its own operation with that of a Dutch delivery company it bought in 2016. FedEx plans to downgrade an air-service hub in Liege, Belgium, to make Paris its sole primary hub. FedEx said Tuesday that it has successfully integrated FedEx and TNT information-technology systems and key parts of the air and ground networks.
Walmart adds at-home return service
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Snow continues to fall on Northeast US, with vaccines in tow
A woman waits for a Long Island Rail Road train in the Queens borough of New York as snow falls at the start of an oncoming snow storm, Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)NEW YORK – Snow continued to fall Thursday during a key period in the coronavirus pandemic, days after the start of the U.S. vaccination campaign and in the thick of a virus surge that has throngs of people seeking tests daily. Snow fell from northern Virginia to parts of New England on Wednesday. But we are on it and following it,” he told Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends.”The need for vaccines prompted New Jersey Gov. The National Weather Service reported that parts of Centre County were hit with as much as 13 inches (33 centimeters) of snow by Wednesday night.
'If not one thing, it's another': Northeast preps for storm
“Our theme today ought to be, ‘If it’s not one thing, it’s another,’” New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said as he gave residents storm guidance that's new this year — mask up if you help your neighbors shovel. In New York City, officials braced for the biggest storm in about three years. But they are being told to secure outdoor furniture, remove heaters and take other steps to make way for plows. Gina Raimondo suspended the scheduling of coronavirus tests for Thursday and said some outdoor testing sites may close, though others will remain open.
AdventHealth Orlando workers begin receiving COVID-19 vaccine shots
ORLANDO, Fla. – As boxes of the COVID-19 vaccine arrived at AdventHealth Orlando via FedEx, AdventHealth said they have thousands of employees that have signed up to receive the vaccine Wednesday morning. Dr. Finkler said he expects this shipment of the vaccine to last them through next Tuesday. Dr. Finkler said he has personally reviewed the vaccine data and said he plans to get it. “Once this moves to an FDA approved vaccine, which we anticipate sometime in 2021, then we will require this, very similar to what we do with our flu vaccine policy,” Dr. Finkler said. The question was asked after a person is vaccinated, how long after receiving it can they be considered to have effective immunity?
SHIPPING DEADLINES: Send your gifts by these dates to make sure they arrive for the holidays
[MORE: These 3 apps will help you find the best holiday shopping deals, experts say | Doing a little online shopping? If you’re shipping gifts you want to arrive in time for Christmas, here are some recommended send-by dates for expected delivery by Dec. 25:USPS (excluding Alaska and Hawaii)Domestic Mail Class/Product Send-by Date USPS Retail Ground Service Dec. 15 First-Class Mail Service Dec. 18 Priority Mail Service Dec. 19 Priority Mail Express Service Dec. 23Click here for USPS holiday shipping dates for Alaska and Hawaii, military bases and overseas addresses. UPSShipping Option Send-by Date UPS Ground Dec. 15 UPS 3 Day Select Dec. 21 UPS 2nd Day Air Dec. 22 UPS Next Day Air Dec. 23Click here for more details on UPS holiday shipping. FedEx (U.S. to U.S.)Shipping Option Send-by Date FedEx SmartPost (certain exceptions apply) Dec. 9 FedEx Home Delivery Dec. 15 FedEx Ground Dec. 15 FedEx Express Saver Dec. 21 FedEx 3 Day Freight Dec. 21 FedEx 2 Day Dec. 22 FedEx 2 Day A.M. Dec. 22 FedEx 2 Day Freight Dec. 22 FedEx 1 Day Freight Dec. 23 FedEx Extra Hours Dec. 23 FedEx Standard Overnight Dec. 23 FedEx Priority Overnight Dec. 23 FedEx First Overnight Dec. 23 FedEx SameDay Dec. 25 FedEx SameDay City Priority Dec. 25 FedEx SameDay City Direct Dec. 25Click here to see last-day-to-ship dates if you’re planning to send gifts to Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico or other destinations. AmazonAmazon has not released its 2020 holiday shipping calendar, but last year, the company recommended buyers send products no later than Dec. 22 or Dec. 23 for a Dec. 25 arrival.
FedEx's profit jumps as business deliveries improved
NEW YORK – FedEx's profit jumped 67% in its latest quarter, as online shopping remained popular among customers avoiding stores and shipments between businesses improved. The delivery giant reported Tuesday that it earned $1.25 billion during the three months that ended Aug. 31, FedEx's fiscal first quarter. Many people are shopping online during the pandemic, which is helping some delivery companies. But delivery to homes is less profitable than those between businesses, and business deliveries slowed as the pandemic dragged on and some establishments remained shuttered. “While business demand improved in the first quarter, continued uncertainties cloud our ability to forecast full-year earnings,” said Alan B. Graf, Jr., FedEx's chief financial officer.
Brendon Todd takes 2-stroke lead with 65 at WGC in Memphis
Todd trailed defending champion Brooks Koepka after the first round by two strokes. Rickie Fowler closed with birdies on his final two holes for a 67 and 131 total just behind Todd. Koepka had the lead to himself at 10 under before falling apart on his back nine with a double bogey and two bogeys. Todd won back-to-back tournaments last November for his first win on tour since winning the Byron Nelson in 2014. That put Todd atop the leaderboard at 9 under, and his putter helped him birdie consecutive holes including the big putt on No.
Koepka matches career best round for lead at WGC in Memphis
The defending champ matched his career best with an 8-under 62 to take a two-stroke lead over Rickie Fowler and Brendon Todd after the first round of the FedEx St. Jude Invitational. Then Fowler two-putted for bogey after putting his tee shot in the left rough on his final hole to finish at 64. He hit his tee shot on the par-3 No. ... Tee times for the second round were moved to Friday morning to avoid predicted thunderstorms. ... With no fans allowed at an event that has benefited St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital since 1970, St. Jude had to get creative to raise both money and attention for a hospital that never bills its patients.
Reports: Washington to shed 'Redskins' name Monday
FILE - In this Dec. 22, 2019, file photo, the Washington Redskins logo is seen on FedEx Field prior to an NFL football game between the New York Giants and the Redskins in Landover, Md. Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson says Seattle-based Amazon will begin pulling Redskins team merchandise from its online marketplace. (AP Photo/Mark Tenally, File)ASHBURN, Va. Washingtons NFL team will get rid of the name Redskins on Monday, according to multiple reports. USA Today, ESPN, The Washington Post, Washington Times and Sports Business Journal reported Sunday night that owner Dan Snyder is set to retire the name. That came in the aftermath of prominent sponsors FedEx, Nike, PepsiCo and Bank of America asking the team to change the name.
Trump criticizes Redskins, Indians for weighing name changes
FILE - In this Aug. 28, 2009 file photo, the Washington Redskins logo is shown on the field before the start of a preseason NFL football game against the New England Patriots in Landover, Md. The Washington Redskins are undergoing what the team calls a thorough review of the nickname. FedEx on Thursday called for the team to change its name, and Nike appeared to remove all Redskins gear from its online store. Hours later, the Indians Major League Baseball team announced that they, too, will review their long-debated name. Trump had tweeted in 2013 that then-President Barack Obama should not be telling the Washington Redskins to change their name because our country has far bigger problems!
Native American groups ask NFL to force Redskins name change
WASHINGTON Several Native American leaders and organizations sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday calling for the league to force Redskins owner Dan Snyder to change the team name immediately. The letter obtained by The Associated Press is signed by 15 Native American advocates. It demands the team and the NFL cease the use of Native American names, imagery and logos with specific importance put on Washington, which last week launched a thorough review of its name. Last week, sponsors FedEx, PepsiCo, Nike and Bank of America said they requested the change, and several online stores removed the team's gear. That conversation renewed calls for Snyder to change the name called a dictionary defined racial slur by Native American advocates and experts.
Sponsor FedEx asks Redskins to change their name
WASHINGTON – The title sponsor of the Washington Redskins’ stadium wants the NFL team to change its name. “We have communicated to the team in Washington our request that they change the team name,“ FedEx said in a statement Thursday. The company paid the team $205 million in 1999 for the naming rights to FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. The other 31 NFL teams were listed and a search for “Redskins” came up with no results. The team's lease at FedEx Field expires in 2027, and it is still talking to Washington, Virginia and Maryland about building a new stadium.
Redskins undergoing 'thorough review' of team name
WASHINGTON The Washington Redskins are undergoing a thorough review of their nickname. The team said Friday it has been talking to the NFL for weeks about the subject. In a statement, the team said recent events around the U.S. and feedback from the community prompted the formal review. FedEx, the title sponsor of the Redskins' stadium in Landover, Maryland, said Thursday, We have communicated to the team in Washington our request that they change the team name. On Thursday night, Nike appeared to remove all Redskins gear from its online store. Washington mayor Muriel Bowser said recently the name was an obstacle to the team building a stadium in the District.
FedEx stores in Florida to provide free printing and mailing of reemployment assistance applications
Ron DeSantis said more than 100 FedEx storefronts in the state are providing free printing and mailing of reemployment assistance applications. Starting today, over 100 @FedEx storefronts throughout the state are providing free printing and mailing of reemployment assistance applications. Preprinted Re-employment Assistance Application Forms are available in English, Spanish, and Creole. Many people who have tried to apply for reemployment assistance had problems submitting applications to the Department of Economic Opportunity’s website. [RELATED: Florida unemployment paper applications now available]The DOE has spent more than $25 million the past couple of weeks to improve the computer and phone systems to collect the applications.
Don’t click link: FedEx warns against text scam alert for deliveries
Don’t click on that link. That’s what FedEx is telling consumers dealing with a text and email scam. The shipping retailer tweeted an alert Wednesday, referring to recent schemes in which people reported receiving texts and emails that appear to be from FedEx. The message alerts users that they have a package, then provides a link, but FedEx says the company is not sending the messages. FedEx advises, “Suspicious messages should be deleted without being opened.”FedEx also says people should report the emails and texts to email@example.com.
Want your package to arrive by Christmas 2019? A guide to all your shipping deadlines
Postal ServiceDec. 14: USPS Retail Ground shipments ✅Dec. 18: Alaska to mainland First-Class Mail ✅Dec. 19: Hawaii to mainland First-Class Mail and Priority Mail, also Alaska Priority Mail ✅*There’s still time for dates below! Dec. 20: First-Class Mail ServiceDec. 21: Priority Mail; Also deadline for Alaska and Hawaii to the mainland through Priority Mail ExpressDec. 23: Priority Mail ExpressTrying to send something overseas or to a member of the military? Click or tap here to check out the guide we followed from USPS, and to learn more about your mailing specifics and guidelines. FedExDec. 9: SmartPost ✅Dec. 16: Ground and home delivery ✅Dec. 19: Express Saver ✅*There’s still time for the dates below! As for Amazon deadlines, you’re likely looking at Dec. 22 or Dec. 23, depending on if you’re a Prime member, where you live and what you’re ordering.
Jackknifed FedEx semi closes SR 417 in Seminole County
OVIEDO, Fla. – A FedEx semi pulling two trailers loaded with packages jackknifed Monday morning in Seminole County, forcing officials to close State Road 417 near Oviedo. 417 at Aloma Avenue. Traffic was diverted off the toll road onto Aloma Avenue, but S.R. The FHP said Federico Aguirre-Moran, 58, of Orlando, was driving north on S.R. Charges are pending against Aguirre-Moran, the FHP said.