BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The woman who police say was killed after she rammed a day care van in Pompano Beach Friday was from Boca Raton.
Keturah Kelly, 24, of Clear Creek Place — in Logger's Run — died at the scene.
According to the Broward Sheriff's Office:
The woman killed Friday afternoon when she crashed into the back of a daycare van was 24-year-old Keturah Kelly of Boca Raton. Kelly's dark blue Nissan Altima was travelling at a high rate of speed when it rear-ended the daycare van. Six children and the woman driving the daycare van were injured.
Broward Sheriff’s Office traffic homicide investigators said the crash happened at 2:41 p.m. at the intersection of Northwest 27th Avenue and Northwest 9th Street in a residential area in Pompano Beach. Pompano Beach Fire Rescue responded along with BSO.
PBFR paramedics treated the children and their driver, 52-year-old Veronica Blackman, on scene and transported them to Broward Health North and Broward Health Medical Center. None appeared to have life-threatening injuries. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
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