Man charged with DUI manslaughter for killing woman crossing Caloosahatchee River

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A North Fort Myers man had a blood alcohol level of .103 when he crashed his car into a woman driving across the Caloosahatchee River in April 2018, the Florida Highway Patrol announced. 

Kenneth Archer, 37, also had cannabis in his system, according to the toxicology report. 

Archer crossed the center line on the drawbridge on SR-31 over the Caloosahatchee River on April 14th around 2 a.m. Ashley Sullivan, 32, died at the scene. 

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Archer had minor injuries and was taken to the hospital.