WELLINGTON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Wellington resident Maryann Shingler, 69, is dead after being run over by her own 2017 Lexus SUV at her own home. It happened early this morning in the 3700 block of Middleburg Drive.
According to PBSO:
“Vehicle 1 (a 2017 Lexus SUV) backed up northbound out of an enclosed garaged. The vehicle was still in reverse when the driver, Maryann Shingler, attempted to exit the vehicle for unknown reasons. Vehicle 1 began to roll back and Ms. Shingler was knocked down by the open driver’s door. The driver’s side front tire rolled over and trapped her legs. Ms. Shingler managed to call 911, but was pronounced dead on the scene by Palm Beach County Fire Rescue.”
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