The Coral Springs Police Department announced that their investigation into the reason why three teens died in a car crash will takes months.
The three teens drowned early Sunday morning when they were trapped in a car that plunged into a canal. A fourth person in the car survived.
Initial police reports indiciated that the car’s driver may have been trying to flee from a minor fender, but police cautioned that they still are are not certain of this. At the time of the accident, the teens were at their high school, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High’s, homecoming.
Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, where the teens were students, held several events in honor of their fellow students who died.
Over the coming months, the Coral Springs Police Department will examine the available evidence to try to determine what caused the car to plunge in the canal. They will also examine what the teens were doing earlier that evening, including looking into any parties that they may have attended.
This very unfortunate accident highlights the importance of accident reconstruction experts in determining the cause of automobile accidents, particularly when the circumstances surrounding the accident are in dispute or may not be clear. In many personal injury cases involving car accidents, and particularly wrongful death cases, it is necessary to hire these experts to establish who was at fault. It can take months, even years, to determine this.
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