One Dead In Early Morning Boca Raton Crash

BOCA RATON, FL ( — An early morning crash on I-95 in Boca Raton has left one man dead.

The Florida Highway Patrol tells that 31-year-old David Cadet of Lauderhill lost control of his 2000 Pontiac Grand Am on I-95 at Palmetto Park Road and crashed into a sound barrier wall, then a tree.

The initial police report obtained by says that Cadet drove “into the emergency lane and overturned striking the outside sound barrier wall ejecting the driver into the grass shoulder.”

After impacting the sound barrier wall, the car struck a tree.

Cadet was pronounced dead on the scene.

The crash happened around 4am in the northbound lane. The highway was closed in the area for several hours.

In an example of Sun Sentinel inaccuracy: an article by Mike Clary states the victim is from Boca Raton, although the police report clearly states NW 72nd Avenue in Lauderhill.


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