Rebecca DeNardis, killed, two other students from Duke University injured, one critically, after their van is struck by another vehicle on I-10 near Pensacola.
A Duke University senior from Cary died Friday in a car crash on Interstate 10 in northern Florida.
The university says Rebecca DeNardis and six other students were traveling in a van with the director of Duke's Outdoor Adventure program when it was struck by another vehicle.
DeNardis was pronounced dead at the hospital.
Another student, identified as Joao Correia Marques, 21, was airlifted to a hospital in Pensacola, and a third student was treated and released.
Charges are pending against the driver who hit them.
All were returning to campus after a canoeing and camping trip along Florida's Blackwater River during spring break.
DeNardis was double-majoring in computer science and mathematics. She planned to work for Google after graduating from Duke in May.
UPDATE: Martin Zackery Hales, 25, has been arrested in connection with this accident.