BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Three people died early Saturday morning in a wrong-way crash on the exit ramp to I-95 onto Palmetto Park Road. The identities of those killed have not yet been released.
From Florida Highway Patrol:
“Three occupants were pronounced deceased as a result of this traffic crash. Vehicle 1 (a Kia Optima) was traveling the wrong direction, northbound on the southbound exit ramp of Interstate 95 for Palmetto Park Road. Vehicle 2 (Hyundai Sonata) was traveling southbound on the southbound exit ramp to Interstate 95 for Palmetto Park Road. Subsequently, the front of Vehicle 1 structure front of Vehicle 2 on the exit ramp. Vehicle 1 rotated clockwise approximately 90 degrees and came to final ret on the sit ramp facing east. Vehicle 2 caught fire and rotated counterclockwise approximately 90 degrees and came to final rest on the exit ramp facing east. The driver and passenger of Vehicle 1 were pronounced deceased on the scene by Boca Raton Fire Rescue personnel. Vehicle 2 became engulfed with fire and the driver of vehicle 2 was pronounced deceased on scene by Boca Raton Fire Rescue personnel upon extinguishing the fire. The cause of crash remains under investigation.”
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