Authorities reported two people were killed in a car accident along Pembroke Road in Miramar.

Detective Natasha Richardson with the Miramar Police Department said, the accident happened when the driver of a red Mustang was traveling east along the 6900 block of Pembroke Road. He collided with a white car that was making a turn into a shopping plaza. The impact of the collision sent the white car into a storefront in the plaza. 

The two people who were inside the white car were confirmed dead at the scene of the crash, Richardson said. It’s not clear if the three people inside the Mustang were hurt at the time of this report.

Authorities have not released the names of those involved in the crash. No further details were immediately released. The accident is still under investigation.

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