Wrong Way Crash
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.
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.
Coral Springs woman died overnight in a head on collision on the Sawgrass Expressway. Kayla Mendoza, 20, was heading east in the westbound lanes of expressway when she collided with 20-year old Kaitly Ferrante’s Toyota Camry just west of University Drive.
The family of two people killed in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 95 has filed a several wrongful death lawsuit, including one against the Opa-locka officer involved in the chase of the suspect.
A man involved in police chase last month, which resulted in a deadly wrong way crash on I-95, went before a judge Thursday morning.
A man involved in police chase last month, which resulted in a deadly wrong way crash on I-95, will be charged Wednesday.
Police are apologizing amid an investigation into a chase and wrong-way crash ended with four people dead and a traffic nightmare on I-95 early Wednesday in South Broward County.
Three people were hospitalized after a fiery crash on I-95 early Wednesday morning.