Boynton Beach, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) One man is dead after apparently losing control of his vehicle in Boynton Beach early this morning and crashing into a tree.
Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office says Luis A. Flores, born 12/05/1987, was traveling eastbound on Old Boynton Beach Boulevard, east of Military Trail, when the driver drove his vehicle off of the roadway and onto the south shoulder. After exiting the roadway, the car traveled over the sidewalk before the front of the vehicle impacted into a tree. The driver, Luis Flores, suffered critical injuries during the crash. He later succumbed to those injuries and was pronounced deceased at Delray Medical Center.
According to PBSO, “Alcohol and narcotics possibly contributed to the actions of the driver. Toxicological testing will be completed.”
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