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Hollywood, FL - One Dead Following Crash with Train on Pembroke Rd.

Hollywood, FL (March 1, 2023) - Police and rescue crews responded to a deadly accident involving a car and a Tri-Rail train in Hollywood on Wednesday, March 1st. The crash occurred on Pembroke Road near the entrance ramp for I-95 south.

According to a report, a Chevy Trailblazer collided with a train at the railroad crossing. At least one person was trapped inside the Chevy after the collision. Rescue officials used the Jaws of Life to extricate the victim. Authorities pronounced the individual dead at the scene. It is unclear how many occupants were in the Chevy at the time of the accident. The cause of the collision is under investigation at this time. 

No further information is available.

Fatal car accidents claim the lives of about eight motorists per day in Florida. This number puts our state among the worst in the nation for traffic-related fatalities. Sadly, innocent victims are frequently affected by deadly collisions and family members are left behind to deal with an inexplicable and sudden tragedy.

We would like to extend our condolences to the victim's family following this fatal car and train accident in Hollywood.

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