An incident took place in Delray Beach after a high-speed driver hits a minivan and kills a family which of four that was vacationing for a reunion.
Reports state that the accident happened on or about 7:20 P.M. Saturday along South Federal Highway after Streater had just finished playing golf and was driving back to his apartment with his roommate.
The Police Department’s spokesperson Dani Moschella state that the high-speed driver, who was identified as 21-year-old, Paul Wilson Streater, was entering into oncoming traffic when he tried to stray away from it to avoid it but ending up veering off into the left turning lane causing him to hit the family’s minivan.
The family that was in the white 2018 Dodge Caravan minivan were identified as 42-year-old Veronica Mariel Raschiotto traveling from Mexico, and her children whom were, 8-year-old Diego Martinez Raschiotto, 6-year-old Mia Martinez Raschiotto, and Veronica’s brother, 50-year-old Jorge Claudio who traveled from Argentina.
The Raschiotto and Claudio were just heading back to their vacation home when the incident occurred.
Witnesses state that the Chevrolet struck the Dodge and crushed the minivan at the force of impact, according to Moschella
The minivan and pickup then headed down the northbound lanes and hit a Buick SUV.
Moschella then reports that the vehicles were stuck together.
The occupants of the Buick, who were identified as Christopher and Natalia Barber suffered from minor injuries.
Streater suffered no injuries, however, his 25-year-old passenger, Tyler Fowler was transported to Delray Medical Center for non-life-threatening injuries.
All four occupants of the Dodge Caravan were pronounced dead at the scene.
Moschella reports that Streater stayed and cooperated with traffic homicide investigators and no arrests were made upon completion of the investigation.