A hit and run accident in Florida killed three people including a popular influencerofficials said.
Alexandra Dulin, better known as Ali Spice on Instagram and TikTok, was among those killed when a Toyota Tacoma traveling the wrong way on State Road 44 crashed. against a vehicle in which he was riding after 2:00 am on Sunday morning, his father told Fox 35 Orlando.
Ali’s father, James Dullin, said his daughter was only there for Thanksgiving and last spoke to her on Saturday when they were planning another trip for Christmas. “It’s still not real. We still have moments of disbelief,” Dullin said.
“I guess you always take a lot of pictures with my daughter. But man, we took a lot of pictures on Thanksgiving, and who knew those would be the last pictures we’d take?
The Florida Highway Patrol said he and two other passengers in the car died at the scene. The person driving the vehicle survived but was seriously injured.
The driver of the Toyota Tacoma fled the scene on foot Fox Orlando. Officers found a passenger alive inside the Tacoma.
“I just want to see justice,” Dulin said. father of influencer She also commented that the family has seen an outpouring of support and tributes for their daughter on social media.
“We all knew he was big on social media, but oh my god, I didn’t know how big he was until he was cut off from this family and social media world. It’s surprising to know that Perfect Strangers care so much about our 21-year-old daughter,” Dullin said.
Dulin said the family has received messages of condolence and messages offering flowers and food.
The 21-year-old social media star started college by majoring in fashion design, but dropped out when she started out as a model.
Dullin explained, “She was a proud, hard-working young woman who forged her own entrepreneurial path … and she did it alone.” Fox Orlando. “She knew how to convey the message of helping people, and she knew when these people needed her,” he said.
Even then He has earned a massive following on social media, which includes more than 919,000 followers on TikTok. Dullin said, “He built a following on purpose so he had a voice, and then when he had a voice, he used the voice to try to help the girls.”
The latest post shared on his Instagram account, which has more than 90,000 followers, said the Dulin family is cooperating with police to apprehend a suspect. The post also discourages people from falsely accusing someone of a crime amid the ongoing investigation.
“Our Ali would not want anyone to use social media to hurt someone by accusing them of the crime that took their life. Our family is working with the Florida Police to solve this crime. Let them do their job and don’t put someone down by thinking that someone has done it.”
He added: “We are confident that the person responsible will be caught. If you have information that you think is valuable, give it to the Florida police. We only publish what we know to be true. At this time we do not know who did this or whether the driver was intoxicated at the time.”
“Our family thanks all of you for your love and support for Ali. We can’t believe he’s gone,” the post concluded.
For now, investigators are still searching for a suspect and are working to obtain a warrant to search the vehicle, which has been impounded.