By Sharon Aron Baron
A man remains in a coma while online allegations circulate about his girlfriend’s culpability in the crash.
On March 22, a motorcycle-vehicle crash took place on the 8800 block of Wiles Road, and now the victim’s friends have accused his girlfriend of deliberately hitting him, along with Coral Springs Police covering it up.
We obtained the report from Coral Springs Police which listed two independent witnesses at the accident scene taking place at approximately 10:44 p.m.
According to the report, Jason Khaleel, 40, of Coral Springs, was riding a 2005 Honda CBR motorcycle behind his girlfriend Mechelle Boyle, 44, of Parkland.
The couple had been dating for nine months; Boyle said that while they had their ups and downs, she stated she cared very much about him.
The traffic report stated that the night of the accident, Boyle was traveling on the inside eastbound lane of Wiles when Khaleel collided with the rear left side of the 2015 Acura MDX and lost control.
Boyle alleges she never knew Khaleel was behind her.
“I heard a smash on my car. I noticed that my mirror was folded forward as well. I didn’t know what happened. I just heard the noise of his bike and a smash.”
Khaleel was ejected from the motorcycle. According to police, he was neither wearing a helmet or eye protection.
When Boyle saw his body on the ground, she began screaming while calling 911. She asked Khaleel if he could hear her, and he shook his head yes.
By the time police arrived, Khaleel was unconscious.
“I begged them to please help him…and called 911 again,” she said.
According to the report, Khaleel was transported to Broward Health North, where he remains in a coma. Based on the severity of the injuries, CSPD traffic homicide investigators responded to the scene and conducted a primary investigation.
At this time, no further charges have been filed.
Update: April 1: The traffic unit said, “At this time we are investigating all leads and at the completion of the investigation we will release all the findings.”
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