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.
Family members of two young women killed in a wrong-way crash last year on the Sawgrass Expressway are putting up a permanent reminder of their loss, in hopes of encouraging others to drive safe.
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.
A Florida Highway Patrol search warrant filed late Friday reveals two new and critical pieces of information about the activity of the suspected wrong way driver who killed two Coral Springs women on the Sawgrass Expressway last month.
The families of the two women killed in a wrong way crash on the Sawgrass Expressway last month have filed lawsuits against the driver and the owner of the car she was driving. The Catronio and Ferrante families along with their attorneys announced the filings of the lawsuits against Kaila Mendoza and Federico Javier Reyes this afternoon.
More evidence is surfacing on a social media site of the lifestyle of the suspected wrong way driver who investigators say hit and killed two women on the Sawgrass Expressway last month.
Javier Reyes knows that many people have made up their minds about his girlfriend, Kaila Mendoza, based on her seemingly callous tweets and her suspected involvement in a deadly wrong way crash on the Sawgrass Expressway in the early morning hours of November 17 that killed two women.
The deaths of two young women in a wrong way crash on the Sawgrass Expressway last week has galvanized the victim’s families to call for more safety measures on our roads. Gary Catronio, whose daughter Marisa was killed in the crash, showed CBS 4 News what he wants to see done.
A wrong way driver who hit and killed two Coral Springs women last week was driving the wrong way for at least two miles on the Sawgrass Expressway and swerved to miss more than 20 cars and trucks before the deadly collision, an eyewitness to the crash told CBS4 News in an exclusive interview.
The wrong-way driver accused of causing a deadly accident on the Sawgrass Expressway early Sunday morning doesn’t even have a valid driver’s license.