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Mandarin teacher killed in I-95 crash
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A Mandarin Middle School teacher was killed in a crash Saturday morning.

Julie Shepherd, 57, was killed when she allegedly lost control of her black Toyota SUV and crashed into a Chevy Camaro heading northbound on Interstate 95, according to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol.

Shepherd's SUV and the sports car driven by 29-year-old Brian Bradley, both went into the shoulder and hit a guardrail.

Shepherd was a veteran seventh grade civics and social studies teacher at Mandarin Middle School.

The Duval County School District has a crisis team and extra counselors at the school providing students and staff with grief counseling.

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