4-Vehicle Crash on Conners Highway Leaves One Dead and Several Injured

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Erik Abrahamson, J.D. May 19, 2020

Martin County, FL (5/15/2020) – Conners Highway was shut down for several hours Friday morning following a crash involving four vehicles that left one person dead and several injured. The accident happened around 6:24 a.m. at the 16000 block of Conners Highway.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol and the Martin County Sheriff’s Office, one car was crushed and flipped over on the shoulder of the road. Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the accident and have not yet released any information about the victims. We will continue to monitor this story for updates.

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Our hearts go out to all of those impacted by this tragedy. Car accidents like this one occur far too often in Florida. It’s essential that car accidents be thoroughly investigated so that the cause of the collision can be understood, and the responsible party can be identified and, if warranted, held accountable.

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Source: Treasure Coast Palm, WFLX