Two-Car Crash On I-95 At South Fort Lauderdale Killed A Man

The report says a 31-year-old man died after two cars crashed on Interstate I-95 at South Fort Lauderdale

Prior to the accident, the report added that one of the cars went off the highway at South Fort Lauderdale, down the embankment and struck two trees.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, both cars were heading south on I-95 when a Ford Focus moved across two travel lanes. Subsequently, the driver of the Ford tried to enter the far-right lane that was occupied by a Chevrolet Cruze, the report says. The car spun off the side of the highway near an exit on the interstate before coming to halt after hitting the trees.

FHP reported that Ford’s driver died at the scene. No one in the Cruze was hurt, according to the FHP.

Troopers said the deceased was speeding, possibly going about 75 mph, when the crash happened.

The report says all lanes at Shady Banks along the interstate were closed for hours while the accident was investigated and cleared.

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