LAKE WORTH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — For people who do their best to obey traffic laws and drive safely, 27 year old Myra Pelico Ordonav represents everything that’s wrong with South Florida drivers.
Ordonav struck an 8 year old in front of Barton Elementary School in Lake Worth Monday morning.
To use the exact language released by PBSO:
“Second week of school and driver fails to obey a school crossing guard and strikes an eight year old student in front of Barton Elementary School. The driver, Myra Pelico Ordonav, 27 years of age, of Lake Worth was cited for NO DRIVERS LICENSE and Failure to Obey a Traffic Device.” (The caps come from PBSO).
The student was treated and released.
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