According to the report, police are investigating a serious crash that left two people dead and car parts scattered across a road in Margate.
Report says the accident happened along Royal Palm Boulevard. Officials said a Honda Civic was traveling westbound at a high rate of speed when it struck a tree in the median.
It was reported that both the driver and a passenger were ejected from the car. On arrival, rescue crews pronounced them deceased at the scene.
Police later identified the victims as 24-year-old Craig Williams and 19-year-old Reyana Sanaa.
Images from the report shows that part of the car flew several yards, while the other part wrapped around the tree.
An eyewitness, William Wallace, who is also a resident in the area, described what he saw.
“What appeared to be a windshield still wrapped on the vehicle — what was left of it anyways,” he said. “The impact is obvious. I mean, to get thrown that far with that short of a distance. You had to be really going fast.”
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