Crash with big-rig leaves two dead on US-27

WEST BROWARD, FL – Two people were killed in Palm Beach on Thursday after colliding with a big-rig truck, CBS Miami reports. 

The accident occurred in the northbound lanes of US-27, north of I-75. A Toyota Corrolla with four occupants crashed into a truck.

Two people in the Toyota died and the other two were rushed to the hospital. Thier current condition is unknown.

Details regarding the cause of the crash have not been reported. The truck driver was uninjured.

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Last Updated : May 27, 2022

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