Legal news for Florida automobile accident attorneys. High speed race ends with the death of three people.
Daytona Beach Florida automobile accident attorneys alert- A Holly Hill illegal street race involving a Camero ended in a fatal crash.
Daytona Beach, FL—A high-speed illegal street race ended with the deaths of three people in Holly Hill. The violent wreck left their bodies mangled in the wreckage and broken glass. The crash happened Thursday night, September 3, 2009 around 9:00 p.m. on Flomich Avenue, as reported by the Orlando Sentinel.
According to Holly Hill police reports, a Camero and a dark colored Sedan were allegedly racing at speeds higher than 100 mph southbound on Flomich Avenue, when the Camero lost control on the wet road. The Camero reportedly flipped and slammed into a wall on Nova Road. The three occupants of the Camero were identified as, Rachel Wright, 17, and Kathlyn Floyd, 54, both of Ormond Beach; and Jeremy Allison, 21, of Ormond-by-the-sea. All three occupants were all killed on impact. The driver of the other car did not stop, and police officials are currently trying to locate the driver. Holly Hill traffic investigators are currently waiting for the autopsy report to determine who was driving the Camero at the time of the wreck. The bodies were reportedly so badly damaged, it made it difficult for medical crews to make a gender identification. Holly Hill traffic investigators are currently investigating the fatal street racing crash.
Legal News Reporter: Nicole Howley-Legal news for lawyers specializing in automobile accident claims in Florida.