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Car Crashes into Palm Bay House, Kills 2 Women

Two women were killed in Palm Bay, Florida, on Friday when a car crashed into a house killing the driver and passenger in the fiery collision.

The crash is the second of its kind this week, and as FloridaToday.com points out, indicates an unsettling trend in Brevard County: At least five accidents in the county this year have involved a car crashing into a house.

Friday’s accident occurred around 3:40 a.m. at the 1000 block of Nevada Drive when a black Chevy Camaro that was traveling north at a high rate of speed hit a tree, went airborne, and plowed into a single-story home. One victim was trapped inside the car and the other beneath the car when it caught fire.

The front entrance and garage of the home were badly damaged, but no one inside the home was injured.

Palm Bay Police Department Spokeswoman Yvonne Martinez told FloridaToday.com that the driver was going at least 70 mph in a 30-mph zone.

Toxicology tests on the deceased women are pending.

Earlier this week a 21-year-old lost control of her car on Bianca Drive and drove into a house. The accident ended in her arrest for DUI with property damage.

Other similar incidents include a January accident during which a 64-year-old man was killed when he drove into a mobile home in Cocoa; a May 14th Palm Bay car crash through a woman’s living room; and a June 10th crash that occurred when a woman backed out of her driveway and into a neighbor’s garage.

Looking to fix the problem, Palm Bay traffic engineers have examined the roads where these accidents occurred. However, Palm Bay Mayor John Mazziotti told FloridaToday.com, “You can put out extra police patrols, but what else can you do? If people are driving recklessly, what can you do to correct that?”

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Man dies in Florida auto accident

A man lost his life in a recent Florida car accident involving multiple vehicles, according to the Palm Beach Post.

The driver of a minivan died instantly when he was hit head-on by a sheriff’s deputy that crossed the median.

After that first collision, a garbage truck hit the minivan in the Florida auto accident.

The deputy was taken to a local hospital after the Florida car accident and is listed in stable condition.

Traffic to local schools had to be rerouted after the Florida auto accident.

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Florida auto accident kills woman

The Florida Times-Union reported that a local woman was killed in a recent Florida car accident.

The woman was driving her car down the road when she rear-ended the car in front of her. The impact of the Florida auto accident sent both vehicles spinning.

The woman’s car stopped in the opposite lane and was hit by a truck.

The woman died at the scene of the Florida car accident.

The other people involved in the Florida auto accident were not injured.

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Man killed in Florida accident

A man was killed in a Florida auto accident, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

The man was driving down the road when he lost control of his vehicle, drove off the road, and hit a nearby palm tree.

Rescuers rushed to the scene of the Florida auto accident and tried to revive driver.

The man died at the scene of the Florida Auto car accident.

Man killed in Florida auto accident

The Orlando Sentinel reported that a man was killed in a Florida car accident involving two cars.

The man drove down the highway when a pickup truck, traveling in the opposite direction, crossed the center line and drove into oncoming traffic.

The man’s car was hit head-on by the truck. The impact of the Florida auto accident threw the man 20 feet from his car.

The driver of the pickup truck was not injured in the Florida auto accident.

Man dies in West Palm Beach auto accident

A man was killed in a West Palm Beach car accident after he fled the police, according to The Palm Beach Post.

Police passed the car with the intention to investigate it, and the occupants drove away. The police did not follow the car.

The driver of the car sped away, struck a car, and then hit a tree.

He died at the scene of the Florida auto accident.

The passenger suffered injuries in the West Palm Beach auto accident and was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Several injured in Florida auto accident

The Gainesville Sun reported that the interstate was partially closed on Sunday because of a Florida car accident involving two vehicles.

The driver of one of the vehicles hit the back corner of a semi truck, causing the car to flip onto its roof and come to rest on the roadway.

The driver of the car was charged with driving without a license and has other charges pending.

She and the two passengers were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries from the Florida auto accident.

The driver of the tractor trailer did not suffer any major injuries during the Florida car accident.

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Two teens die in Florida auto accident

The Florida Times-Union reported that a Florida auto accident on Tuesday left a local woman dead.

The young woman was driving when she lost control of her car.

She overcorrected twice before going onto the shoulder, causing the car to rotate and hit a tree.

The woman was pronounced dead at the scene of the Florida auto accident.

Authorities said that she was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the Florida car accident.

Florida auto accident kills woman

The Gainesville Sun reported that a Florida auto accident took the life of a woman over the weekend.

The woman was seriously injured on Sunday when she ran off the road while trying to navigate a curve.

She hit a tree and flipped over, landing upside down.

Authorities said that weather was not a factor relating to the Florida auto accident, and that the woman was wearing her seatbelt at the time of the wreck.

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Palm Beach auto accident kills one

The Palm Beach Post reported that a 90-year-old man was killed in a Palm Beach auto accident.

The driver was turning left into traffic when he was struck by another vehicle, causing a major traffic jam.

The road was closed for several hours.

The driver and passenger of the other vehicle involved in the Florida auto accident were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries.

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