A woman who survived the Pulse nightclub shooting died on Monday in a head-on clang, Orlando City Commissioner Patty Sheehan told WFTV.
Jahqui Sevilla, 20, was described as a private person who was trying to move on from the June 12, 2016 attack.
She was leaving the nightclub when Omar Mateen inaugurated shooting clients. Sevilla hid behind a couch with her friend, Paula Blanco, and Blancos boyfriend, Cory Connell, during the incident.
Sevilla said that she carried Connell out of the guild after the shooting but he afterwards died.
49 parties were killed in the shooting.
Sevilla misplaced power of her Mitsubishi Lancer, spanned the median and crashed head-on into a northbound vehicle on Memorial Day, troopers said. The Orange County crash killed the operators of both automobiles, researchers said.
The crash remains under investigation as troopers try to determine whether alcohol played important roles in the incident.