51-Year-Old Woman Is Killed in Crash Between SUV and Classic Car on Belle Terre Parkway
A 51-yr-old girl died pursuing a two-car or truck crash at Belle Terre Parkway and Pine Grove Push Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m.
The target appeared to have been ejected from one of the autos by means of the windshield and was documented to be on the pavement when callers alerted authorities. It isn’t but confirmed from which car or truck the lady was ejected, but the SUV broadsided the vintage vehicle, suggesting that a person of the two autos broke the other’s proper-of-way at an intersection that has been the scene of quite a few crashes as cars transform on to or from Pine Grove Push. The crash took area in the southbound lanes.
The crash associated a Nissan Rogue and an antique motor vehicle. A Florida Highway Patrol report issued late Wednesday states the SUV was driving north on Belle Terre and the common auto was driving on Pine Grove, crossing still left to go south on Belle Terre–violating Belle Terre traffic’s ideal of way–when the SUV struck it. The 36-year-old male driver of the SUV had small accidents. Both victims in the crash are from Palm Coastline.
The Nissan SUV experienced intense damage to its entrance. Flagler County FireFlight, the unexpected emergency helicopter, landed on Belle Terre Parkway, north of the crash, to evacuate the affected person to Halifax medical center in Daytona Seaside.
The two southbound lanes and northbound have been closed before 1 northbound lane was subsequently opened. Southbound website traffic was diverted on to Whiteview Parkway. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Workplace was initial at the scene. The Palm Coast Hearth Office and Flagler County Fireplace Rescue responded. The investigation was turned above to the Florida Highway Patrol. The Palm Coast Fire Police was predicted to control site visitors.
It has been a grim extend of days on Flagler County and Palm Coastline roadways, with four fatalities from three independent crashes very last Friday, prompting the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office nowadays to issue a discover about what it calls Operation D.R.I.V.E. (Distracted and Reckless Intersection Violation Enforcement), a joint procedure with FHP and the Bunnell and Flagler Seashore law enforcement departments. The initiative coordinates “enforcement attempts concentrating on lessening distracted and reckless driving and crashes happening at intersection,” according to a sheriff’s launch. (See: “Three Men and women Killed in Two Individual Head-On Crashes in Significant Fog on SR100 West of Bunnell,” and “4th Individual Killed in 7 Hrs on Flagler Roads as Female Crashes Off US1 in Bunnell.”)
Much more than 36-p.c of the 2,370 crashes in Flagler County in 2021 occurred as a motorist was moving into an intersection, within of an intersection or as they exited an intersection, the launch observed. Tonight’s crash will include to that tally. The procedure was done last calendar year, when the county observed the fewest road fatalities in 27 yrs.