Alfa Romeo Hits Kids

UPDATE: Second Child Dies After Bus Stop Crash

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Four Children Were Struck By Alfa Romeo At Palm Beach County School District Bus Stop.

Alfa Romeo Hits Kids


PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A second child has died after being struck by an Alfa Romeo at a Palm Beach County School District bus stop. Chad Wazir was pronounced dead on March 25th. The death was just announced on Monday. He was 15 years old. Tiana Johnson, also 15, died shortly after the crash on March 22nd.

From our original reporting based on the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office report:

“Four students waiting for a school bus Tuesday morning were struck by an Alfa Romero SUV driven by Angel Lopez of Royal Palm Beach.  According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, the vehicle hit a curb in the area of Crestwood Blvd. and Cypress Lake Drive in Royal Palm Beach. “The vehicle lost control and began to rotate counterclockwise and struck the curb in the northeast corner of the intersection with the passenger-side tires. The collision caused the Alfa Romero to roll over, coming to rest facing west on the east curb of Crestwood Blvd.”

Lopez, the driver of the Alfa Romeo, sustained only minor injuries and was not hospitalized. Charges have not been filed as the investigation continues.


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