VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. -- A man died Friday morning at a hospital after having a heart attack while driving on Interstate 4 and crashing his vehicle, troopers say.
- 37-year-old man driving SUV suffers heart attack on I-4
- Vehicle crashes into guardrail with minimal damage to SUV
- Man died at Halifax Medical Center, troopers said
The crash happened on I-4 westbound west of Daytona Beach in Volusia County.
The 37-year-old man was driving with his family from North Carolina in a Chevrolet SUV, according to troopers, and suffered a heart attack.
The Florida Highway Patrol said the SUV left the roadway and hit a guardrail, causing minor damage to the SUV.
The man was later pronounced dead at Halifax Medical Center as a result of the heart attack.
He has not yet been identified by troopers, and no word yet on the condition of the passengers.