Noah Galle, Parents, Sued Again After Crash Leaves Six Dead in Delray Beach

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Latest Lawsuit Filed By A Surviving Family Member. Cops Say Noah Galle Killed Six In January Crash.

Noah Galle, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Another lawsuit was just filed against Wellington resident Noah Galle, and his parents Helena and Craig Galle, following the crash nearly a year ago that left six dead in West Delray Beach.

Police say Noah Galle, 17 at the time, was speeding at 120 miles per hour in a BMW on U.S. 441 near Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach when he slammed into another car around 10:50 p.m. on January 27, 2022. Six people were inside. They all died. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office issued this statement when he was arrested and charged with six counts of vehicular homicide:

“A BMW M5 driven by Noah T. Galle, 17, of Wellington was traveling northbound in the 14000 block of South State Road 7, at a high rate of speed, within the inside lane of travel. A Nissan Rogue was traveling ahead of the BMW in the 14073 block of South State Road 7, within the inside lane of travel. As the Rogue continued northbound, the BMW overtook and collided with the Rogue. During the collision, the front of the BMW impacted the rear of the Rogue.  Immediately after impact, the BMW was redirected to the northeast (while rotating clockwise) over the outside lane of travel, and onto the eastern shoulder of South State Road 7 where it came to final rest facing east. Immediately after impact, the Rogue was redirected to the northwest (while rotating clockwise) of the inside of the roadway and into the center median. As the Rogue traveled down into the grass and dirt center median, it began flipping and rolling over before coming to final rest (upside down) within the center median facing northwest.”

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Trauma Hawk arriving at the scene of the crash on US 441 near Atlantic Avenue on January 27, 2022. (Photo: Courtesy BocaNewsNow.com reader).

Killed in the Rogue were: Miriaine Innocent Julceus, Remize Michel, Marie Michelle Louis, Saint Louis Michel, Filaine Dieu, and Vanice Percina. The family of Saint Louis Michel is the latest to file a suit. It accuses not just Noah Galle of causing the crash, but his parents for providing the car and permitting him to drive, despite what attorneys claim are several issues that should have kept him off the road. Among them:

“NOAH GALLE was a minor who posted multiple videos of himself driving at speeds well in excess of the speed limit on his social media accounts including, but not limited to, Instagram and/or Facebook.”

“NOAH GALLE was a minor and his parents were involved in the purchase of the Subject Vehicle knowing his long history of psychiatric care, psychiatric medication use, and/or his “unusual medical condition,” which may have contributed to the accident.”

The claims are allegations listed in the complaint just filed by Attorney Ian Pinkert of Halpern, Santos and Pinkert in Coral Gables. BocaNewsNow.com could not independently verify the video or psychiatric issue claims, although a police report states that a social media video of Galle speeding is in police custody. The civil suit seeks in excess of $30,000, the statutory minimum for filing in Palm Beach County Circuit Court. This is the third civil case against Noah Galle stemming from the fatal crash. Read the latest complaint, below.

The criminal case against Noah Galle continues. Galle, according to court records, remains incarcerated pending trial.





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