BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — An 84-year old Boca Raton man died Thursday afternoon, six days after being broadsided by a driver, police say, who ran a red light at Boca Chase drive and State Road 441 in West Boca.
According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, George Snyder of Boca Raton was proceeding legally through the intersection in his 2012 Hyundai when his car was struck by 31 year old Jill Roberts of Jupiter. Roberts, police say, “failed to stop at the red light.”
Snyder had to be extricated from his vehicle and was rushed to Delray Beach Medical Center where he later died from injuries sustained in the crash.
No charges have been filed at this time against Roberts.
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