Lawsuit blames LoJack for employee's head-on crash

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FHP says driver's blood alcohol was more than 2 times higher than legal limit

ACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

A lawsuit making its way though the Duval County courts claims a company is responsible for a drunk driving wrong-way crash on State Road 9A last April that killed two people.

The suit filed in September by the woman whose car was struck says LoJack cooperation knew its salesman, David Hammer, was drinking with clients trying to make a sale.

Police say Hammer drove his car the wrong way on 9A near Baymeadows Road on April 19. He crashed into a car driven by Ashley Ball, killing her passenger and friend Chanel Monique Boone. Hammer died several days later. Police say Hammer was drunk at the time, registering nearly two times over the legal limit.

The suit says the company knew Hammer was entertaining clients with alcohol before the accident.

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