The driver responsible for a wrong way wreck that took the lives of two young girls was sentenced Monday to 24 years in prison and six years probation.
The driver responsible for a wrong-way wreck that took the lives of two young girls is scheduled to be sentenced on Monday.
Accused wrong-way driver Kayla Mendoza is expected to changer he plea to guilty Wednesday morning to two counts of DUI Manslaughter.
A girl accused of causing a deadly wrong way wreck on the Sawgrass Expressway is expected to plead guilty Wednesday
Seven weeks ago Florida Turnpike officials began a pilot program, introducing radar enabled wrong way signs and cameras to 15 highway interchanges in South Florida.
A girl accused of causing a deadly wrong way wreck on the Sawgrass Expressway last year, appeared before a judge Thursday asking to have her bond reduced.
Kayla Mendoza sat in a cramped room at the North Broward Detention Facility, surrounded by attorneys last August. For hours bared her soul about the deadly wrong way crash that she is accused of causing.
The families of the two women who died after they were involved in a deadly wrong-way accident on the Sawgrass Expressway have marked the one year anniversary of the crash which claimed their lives.
The families of two young women killed in a head-on collision on the Sawgrass Expressway last year said the employer of the woman accused of causing the crash should be held accountable.
On Friday, Gary Catronio, Marisa’s father, said he recently had a productive informal meeting with the Coral Springs Chief of Police, Tony Pustizzi.