Palm Beach County, FL (November 3, 2018) - One person is dead following a crash between a car and a semi truck in Palm Beach County on Friday, November 2nd. The crash took place at Northlake and Hall Boulevard.
According to authorities, 93-year-old Louis Riseman was traveling northbound and hall when he crashed into the semi traveling westbound on Northlake. The crash caused both vehicles to leave the roadway and end up in a wooded area. The semi truck was forced onto its side and its trailer overturned in the crash. Riseman's vehicle sustained heavy damage. Riseman died at the scene of the crash while the semi driver escaped uninjured.
No additional information is currently available.
Fatal accidents occur about every three hours in Florida. Our thoughts go out to the family of Louis Riseman as they struggle with this tragic crash in Palm Beach County.
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Wrongful death claims are complicated and should only be handled with the help and guidance of an experienced attorney. The Florida wrongful death attorneys at Rubenstein Law have assisted families with these difficult cases for over 30 years. We have the skills, experience, and compassion necessary to assist you during troubled times.
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