A car was broadsided after making a turn. Two people lived after the crash and unfortunately two died from injuries caused by the accident.
There were two women that were passengers in an Acura that was traveling down Atlantic Boulevard. The Acrua was broadsided by a Mercedes-Benz while making a left turn, said Keyla Concepcion, a spokeswoman for the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Two men in the Acura, the driver and another passenger, as well as the driver of the Mercedes, were hospitalized at Broward Health North in Deerfield Beach, Concepcion said. She did not disclose the extent of their injuries.
The accident took place on Atlantic Boulevard just to the west of Highway A1A.
The identities of the victims and the driver of the Mercedes were not released. BSO is still investigating this crash and have yet to indicate who will be sited for the accident.
One of the women died at the scene. The other woman was pronounced dead at Northwest Medical Center in Margate.
Broward County Sheriff’s Office is urging all drivers to take an alternate route around this serious crash in Pompano Beach.
Attorney Jason Weisser of Schuler, Halvorson, Weisser, Zoeller and Overbeck comments on this accident in with one dead in Pompano Beach: “This is a serious accident that unfortunately claimed lives. We hope that the family can quickly find out the cause of the accident and it wasn’t the result of the driver of the Mercedes being distracted behind the wheel. If you’ve been injured in an accident, make sure you are properly represented by an experienced trial accident attorney.”
A report out out by the National Highway Traffic Safety Association, over 3,300 people were killed and over 387,000 injured in motor vehicle accidents related to Distracted Driving. That represents a full 10 percent of all fatal crashes and a a full 17 percent of all accidents that caused injuries.
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