Diane Schorr Killed In Boynton Car Accident

BOYNTON BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) —  76 year old Diane Schorr — whose social media profile says she was an area Hebrew School teacher — has died following a car accident several days ago. The investigation has now been turned over to the Palm Beach County Sheriff”s Office Vehicle Homicide unit.

According to PBSO:

Schorr was traveling east bound on Boynton Beach Blvd. and made a left turn onto Palm Isle Drive. Jordan Bira of Coral Springs was traveling west bound on Boynton Beach Blvd. in the #3 nbso online casino reviews lane entering the intersection of Palm Isle Drive on a green traffic signal. Schorr made a left turn in front of Bira. Bira impacted the passenger side of Schorr”s car, a 2008 Lexus. Schorr”s side airbags were deployed as well as Bira”s front airbags. Bira was rushed to Bethesda West while Schorr was transported to Delray Medical Center”s trauma unit. She died on Friday, March 6th.

Police say Schorr lived on Sailing Shores Terrace in Boynton Beach. No charges have been filed.

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