Jeffrey Malone Killed In Rollover Crash On I-95 Near Oakland Park Boulevard In Fort Lauderdale A Fort Lauderdale, 54-year-old man was killed when he lost control of his Infiniti sedan and rolled over several times on I-95.

A Fort Lauderdale man was killed when he lost control of his Infiniti sedan and rolled over several times on Interstate 95.

Report says a man identified as Jeffrey Malone, 54, of Fort Lauderdale, was not wearing a seat belt when the accident occurred. Consequently, he was ejected from his silver Infiniti G37s, said Lt. Alvaro Feola, a spokesman for the Florida Highway Patrol.

The one-car crash shut down several southbound lanes of I-95 near Oakland Park Boulevard for about six hours. This road closure was initiated so as for the authorities to clear the debris of the crash and carry out the needful investigations.

Malone lost control of the car, veered into the emergency shoulder and crashed into the guardrail at a high speed. FHP added that the car kept moving back into the main lanes and flipped over numerous times.

Report says the car was so damaged that it was difficult to identify the make and model.

The Florida Highway Patrol will continue to investigate the accident.


Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash:  “This is a unfortunate accident where Mr. Jeffrey Malone lost his life.  We hope that all parties involved consult with an accident attorney that can help them through this difficult process.”

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