A social media influencer has sadly been killed in a hit-and-run. Alexandra Dulin, along with three other passengers, was killed in a car crash after a collision on a Florida highway. Her family is still trying to come to terms with the news, but in the meantime, details have been acknowledged by authorities.
On Sunday, the 11th of December, Alexandra, primarily known as Ali Spice on socials, was killed in a car accident. The blonde bombshell was loved by followers on Instagram, TikTok, Twitch, and YouTube. But her influencer journey has come to a tragic end. On State Road 44, around 2.am., Alexandra and two other passengers in an Infiniti, collided with a Toyota Tacoma that was curiously driving on the wrong side of the road. The driver of the Toyota stepped on it, leaving Alexandra and her friends to suffer. The two other victims were a 22-year-old male from New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and a 25-year-old male from Daytona Beach, Florida.
According to WKMG, the Toyota driver was "a heavyset man" and left behind a 36-year-old female passenger with "serious injuries." Alexandra and her family got to spend one last Thanksgiving together. Her father to Fox 35, "I guess with my daughter, you always take a lot of pictures... we took a lot of pics over Thanksgiving, and who knew that those were the last pictures that we would take? At least together." On the night of the incident, Dulin sensed something was wrong when Ali's friend reached out to him, to which he then contacted the Florida authorities. Dulin told WKMG, "While I was on (the phone) with them, the doorbell rang, and there was an Indiana state police officer, and at that point in time, we just all collapsed because we knew why he was there... Despite all of this attention on her, there were two other lives lost and another young man in the hospital, and as much as she's drawing attention, I think that that attention should be spread to the other valuable lives that have been affected and the families that are going through what we're going through... I just want to see justice." The family of Kyle Moser (25) wasn't notified until 5. p.m. of that evening. His sister, Gilis, said the family "are utterly disgusted" with the delay. Dulin's family further wrote in a post via Ali's Instagram to resolve any wrong accusations of the driver.
The 21-year-old's father is continuously working on the case to catch the right driver. But until solved, we can remember Ali positively. Dulin told Fox 35 that his daughter "was a hard-working proud young lady who carved out her own entrepreneurial path… and she did it on her own. She knew how to blend a message of helping people."