Two emergency call takers for the Coral Springs Police Department were suspended for 8 hours without pay last week.
Exclusive: Court Documents Reveal Violence Of Wrong Way Wreck, Missed Opportunities To Avoid Tragedy
After sifting through hundreds of pages of investigative documents and witness interviews, as well photographs and 9-1-1 calls, CBS4 News has been able to piece together a firm timeline of events that led to a tragic, high speed, wrong way crash on the Sawgrass Expressway last November that killed two Coral Springs women, Marisa Catronio and Kaitlyn Ferrante.
A self-proclaimed ‘pot princess’ who killed two Coral Springs women in a wrong way crash on the Sawgrass Expressway last year was in court Tuesday morning for her arraignment.
A self-proclaimed ‘pot princess’ who killed two Coral Springs women in a wrong way crash on the Sawgrass Expressway last year has no memory of the deadly crash.
Just days after suspected wrong way drunk driver Kayla Mendoza was arrested and charged with DUI Manslaughter and several other charges in the deaths of Marisa Catronio and Kaitlyn Ferrante, CBS 4 News is learning new information about Mendoza’s actions the night before the crash.
Five months after a wrong way wreck on the Sawgrass Expressway which claimed two lives, the driver who reportedly caused the crash has been charged.
The driver accused of crashing into another car on the Sawgrass Expressway while traveling the wrong direction has been arrested, months after the crash.
Preventing wrong way crashes on Florida’s highways is the focus of a pilot program already underway along an 18-mile stretch of the turnpike in Miami-Dade.
At least ten drivers called 911 in the early morning hours of November 17 to report seeing a wrong way driver blasting through traffic on the Sawgrass Expressway. The calls came in fast and furious, warning Coral Springs Police and Florida Highway Patrol troopers about a dangerous driver speeding down the highway.
The 20-year-old woman who allegedly killed two Coral Springs women while driving the wrong way on a South Florida expressway last November was driving at nearly twice the legal blood alcohol limit, according to a Florida Highway Patrol search warrant filed Tuesday.