Miramar, FL (July 14, 2019) – One person is dead and seven others are injured following a crash on I-75 in Miramar. Police responded to the scene on Saturday, July 13th, just after midnight.
The crash happened when 73-year-old Rafael Gonzalo Del Villar lost control of his 2014 Hyundai Elantra while traveling southbound on I-75. The Elantra left its lane of travel and struck a 2010 Honda Accord. The Elantra continued on, spinning clockwise, before striking a 2007 Ford Fusion. Isabel Germosen, 66, was a passenger in the Elantra at the time of the crash. She was killed in the crash. Four others in the Elantra, including Del Villar, were taken to local hospitals for treatment. Three occupants of the Honda sustained minor injuries according to the Florida Highway Patrol. No one in the Fusion was injured.
The crash remains under investigation at this time.
We wish to extend our condolences to the family of Isabel Germosen in this fatal Miramar traffic accident.
Around 3,000 people will be victims of fatal Florida car accidents this year. Losing a loved one to a traffic crash is a devastating experience for the family left behind to pick up the pieces. Fatal crashes take place suddenly and unexpectedly, leaving loved ones no time to prepare for the finality of their loss.
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