4 lives taken in crash caused by speeding driver in Sunrise 

SUNRISE, FL – A driver of a black car was going 100 mph when he struck a car, pursuing a U-turn, claiming the lives of three adults and one child from the second vehicle Sunday. 

NBC Miami said this crash happened before 6:45 a.m. at the West Oakland Park Boulevard and Northwest 64th Avenue intersection. After the two vehicles collided, the black car had allegedly caught on fire, and its driver sustained a head laceration. 

When first responders arrived, they took the speeding driver to a hospital and said the four people succumbed to fatal wounds at the scene. 

Sunrise Police started an investigation and have not released additional details at this time. 

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Last Updated : July 2, 2024

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