West Palm Beach, FL (March 24, 2019) - A two-car crash in West Palm Beach left a man dead on Saturday, March 23rd, just after 1:30 p.m.
Police were called to the intersection of 42nd Street and Broadway. Upon their arrival, investigators determined that a green Dodge and a gray Acura had collided with one another. A man was ejected from one of the vehicles following impact and was later pronounced dead. In addition, three others were taken to area hospitals for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash. There is no word on the extent or severity of the injuries.
Police have not said how the crash took place. Anyone with information is asked to call the West Palm Beach Police Department at 561-822-1900. No further details have been released.
We are saddened to hear of this fatal crash in West Palm Beach. In our state, a fatal crash will be reported, on average, every three hours. The cause of this crash remains under investigation and, at this time, we are not able to say whose negligence contributed to the crash.
When you or a loved one have been affected by negligence on our roadways, there is relief available. Under Florida personal injury law, you may be able to recover various types of compensation to assist you with recovery from your injuries and to account for your pain and suffering in the aftermath of the accident.
At Rubenstein Law, our Florida car accident attorneys seek to maximize our clients' recovery in every case. Let us put our skills and experience to work for you. For your free consultation, please give us a call at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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