Two People Killed in Coral Springs Crash

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By Kevin Deutsch

Two people were killed in a wrong-way crash involving three vehicles in Coral Springs Thursday, police said.

The collision happened about 10:42 a.m. when the male driver of a black Bentley appeared to lose control of the luxury car as he drove east near the 6100 block of Wiles Road just west of Creekside Drive, said Coral Springs Police Officer Chris Swinson.

The Bentley entered the westbound lanes of Wiles Road and struck a red Hyundai, initiating a wrong-way collision, police said.

The Bentley’s driver, identified as Tyler Boyce, 17, of Margate, and the female driving the Hyundai, identified as Sangita Burrell, 32, of Sunrise, was pronounced dead by first responders from Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Rescue, police said. Both were alone in their vehicles.

A third vehicle, a 2003 Lincoln SUV, was also struck by the out-of-control Bentley.

The driver of the Lincoln was not injured. They remained at the scene and spoke with investigators about the crash, police said.

The crash remains under investigation.

Anyone with information about the crash is asked to contact Coral Springs Police Traffic Homicide Investigator Jason Whisnant at (954) 346-1754 or Jwhisnant@coralsprings.org.

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