BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the police chase and crash part of Monday’s bizarre robbery and getaway that left Palmetto Park Road closed for several hours, east of I-95.
According to PBSO:
Vehicle 1 (Wanzay Denson of Fort Lauderdale) was traveling westbound on Palmetto Park Road approaching NW 12 Avenue at a high rate of speed. Vehicle 2 (Ademir Dos Santos De Paula) was eastbound on Palmetto Park Road within the outside left turn lane making a left turn onto NW 12 Avenue. Vehicle 3 (Dennis Krantz) was eastbound on Palmetto Park Road within the inside left turn lane making a left turn onto NW 12 Avenue. Vehicle 1 entered the intersection on a possible red traffic signal and crashed into the front passenger corner of Vehicle 2. Vehicle 2 was redirected in a westerly direction and crashed into the passenger side of Vehicle 3. The drivers of Vehicle 1 and 2 and Passenger 1 of Vehicle 1 were transported to Delray Medical Center.
(We expect an update from Boca Raton Police later in the day).
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