West Palm Beach, FL — Per the Florida Highway Patrol, a multiple car accident took the life of a woman and left two other men in critical condition on Wednesday.
The young woman, age 19, Brielle Esther Clifford-Sams, passenger of the Kia Forte, was pronounced dead Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Medical Center.
The driver of the Kia Forte, young 18-year-old Micaiah Fenex Ball continues to be in the hospital as of Saturday receiving medical care for his vere injuries at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center & Heart Institute in Fort Pierce, stated officials.
50-year-old John Gregory Nachtwey. driver of the other car, a Ford Ranger pickup truck, was also taken to Lawnwood Regional Hospital after the crash, but as of Saturday there were no details on his condition.
Kia Forte driver Ball, was driving north on Wednesday at around 6:45 a.m. near Southwest Golden Bear Way, on Southwest Meadows Avenue, while Ford Ranger driver Nachtwey was on that same road, but headed southbound. The Kia Forte headed directly into the path of the Ford Ranger as it crossed from the Northbound lane, to the Southbound lane that Nachtwey was on.
Both vehicles went into a ferocious spin as they crashed head on. There were no collateral damages caused by the crash between the Kia and Ford, reported FHP spokesman Sgt. John Baker.
The reason behind the crash is being investigated by the Florida Highway Patrol, says Baker.
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