Woman Dies At Hospital After Being Trapped Under Car In Pembroke Pines %%excerpt%% Pembroke Pines

Police say a woman has died at the hospital after she was trapped underneath a car that struck her in Pembroke Pines.

Pembroke Pines Police and Fire Rescue crews said they responded to the accident which happened in the area of the 6600 block of Southwest 18th Street just before 6 a.m., Saturday.

According to police, a white 2018 Ford Mustang had pulled out of a parking space to turn onto 18th Street when it struck a female pedestrian alongside the roadway, trapping her under the vehicle.

The woman was transported to Memorial Regional Hospital by paramedics where she died from her injuries. Investigators have not revealed the victim’s identity as of Saturday afternoon.

Police said the Mustang’s driver remained on the scene and spoke with investigators.

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