Two People Sustain Fatal Injuries in Moore Haven Red Light Accident
MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA – As reported online by nbc-2.com, two people were killed in an accident when one driver allegedly ran a red light.*
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a 65-year-old man ran a red light and struck another vehicle occupied by a 62-year-old woman and a 66-year old man. These two occupants sustained fatal injuries in the accident. The accident happened at the intersection of US-27 and 10thStreet in Moore Haven.
Authorities are continuing to investigate the accident and have not stated whether alcohol played a role. At this time, no criminal charges are pending against the 65-year-old man who allegedly ran a red light and caused the accident.
Some intersection accidents may involve multiple causes. For example, a driver who runs a red light may have done so because he or she was texting, driving drunk, or speeding and attempting to beat the light. Whatever the case may be, the consequences of an intersection accident can be devastating.
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