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Noah Galle’s Parents Sued Over Fatal Delray Beach Crash

Delray Beach Florida News Palm Beach County

Family Of Victim Says Teen’s Parents Are Responsible. Noah Galle Now Charged With Six Deaths. Accused Of Driving 151 miles per hour.

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Trauma Hawk arriving on the scene of the January crash that left six people dead at US 441 and Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. The parents of 17-year-old Noah Galle are now being sued by the family of a victim. PBSO says Noah was driving 151 MPH at the time of the crash. (


DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The parents of Noah Galle are facing a lawsuit claiming that they are vicariously responsible for their son’s actions in the death of a wife and mother. Noah Galle is accused of killing six people when the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office says he drove 151 miles per hour on US 441 in Delray Beach and slammed into a car with six people on board.

The crash occurred in January. Galle was arrested Wednesday and is expected to appear in court later today.

The lawsuit alleges that Craig and Helena Galle, Noah’s parents, are at least partially responsible for the death of Mirlaine Julceus — the owner and driver of the vehicle allegedly hit by Noah Galle. Julceus died at the scene. She is survived by her husband and their young daughter who are named as plaintiffs in the suit.

“On January 27, 2022 at approximately 10:55 p.m., Defendant Noah Galle (a minor) negligently operated his motor vehicle by failing to observe traffic conditions, excessive speed, failing to yield the right of waht to upcoming, failing to take evasive actions to avoid a collision, operating a motor vehicle while using a cellular telephone, and failing to maintain control of his motor vehicle such that a collision occurred with the motor vehicle owned and operated by Plaintiff, Mirlaine Julceus. As a direct result of Defendant, Noah Galle’s negligent operation of his motor vehicle, Mirlaine Julceus suffered fatal injuries.”

Adds the suit: “Defendants Helena Galle and Craig Galle signed paperwork with the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles allowing their minor child, Noah Galle, to apply for a driver’s license in the State of Florida and to operate on the public roadways in Palm Beach County, Florida. Defendant Noah Galle was at all times material owner of a motor vehicle described as a 2019 BM M5.”

The suit, just filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court, seeks unspecified damages. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office alleges that Noah Galle was speeding at 151 miles per hour at the time of the wreck. Initial claims that he was under the influence of either drugs or alcohol were disputed by a family attorney and have not been mentioned again since the initial report was made public.


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