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Kings Point Crash Fire

Delray Beach Senior Living Community Loses Another In Firey, Deadly Crash.

Kings Point Crash Fire
The crash in Kings Point Delray Beach last Friday just claimed a second life. (Google Maps).

BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher

DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The fiery crash that left one woman dead last Friday in the Delray Beach senior living community of Kings Point just claimed a second life.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office tells that the driver of the vehicle that jumped a curb, drove through shrubbery, crashed into a building, and caught on fire died on Wednesday. The man’s wife died in the inferno at the scene.

The victims are identified as Joseph and Joyce Zaleone. Joseph was 76. Joyce was 81. They apparently both lived in Kings Point, even though Joyce’s official address is in Belle Glade.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office shared this as the official narrative of the deadly crash: “On Friday, February 17, 2023, at approximately 4:41 p.m., the driver of V-1 (a Honda sedan), Joseph Zanleone, was driving westbound on Monaco Boulevard from Jog Road. For unknown reason(s), the driver of V-1 failed to maintain control of his vehicle as he accelerated rapidly. D-1 ran a stop sign, drove through a hedge line and roadway sign, a cement planter, and finally into a residential building at 529 Brittany L. The passenger in V-1, Joyce Zanleone, died from injuries sustained during this crash. She was transported to the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner’s Office. The driver of V-1 was transported to Delray Medical Center for treatment of his serious injuries.”



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