Titusville, FL (November 6, 2018) - Three people killed in a tragic crash in Titusville have been identified by police. The crash happened on Monday, November 5th.
Police say that the accident occurred when a 1986 Oldsmobile crossed the center line on South Park Avenue. The Oldsmobile slammed head-on into a Ford Explorer. Officials report that William Levarn Davis, 50, Zyphria Derick Watts, 44, and Calvin Williams, 51, all died in the crash. Davis, Watts, and Williams were all in the Oldsmobile at the time of the accident.
The crash is believed to be the deadliest in the area since 2016 when four people died in a single car accident. An investigation into the accident remains ongoing at this time.
Our thoughts are with the three killed in this devastating crash in Titusville. A head-on crash is typically very serious in nature and can involve catastrophic injuries such as those seen here.
If you or a loved one have experienced a serious car accident, you may have legal rights. In Florida, our wrongful death laws allow for the deceased victim's next of kin to file a claim against a driver responsible for the death of another.
The Florida wrongful death attorneys at Rubenstein Law are here to help when you are experiencing difficult times. For a free consultation with one of our Orlando wrongful death attorneys, give us a call any time at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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