High Speed Crash in Brevard County Leads to Death and Serious Personal Injuries

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One person was killed and three others suffered serious personal injuries after a high-speed crash in Palm Bay, Florida. Palm Bay police officers and fire-rescue responded to the scene of the accident around 2:30 a.m. Upon their arrival, officials spotted the two vehicles involved in the crash, a Chevrolet Impala and a Chevrolet Silverado. Investigators concluded that the Impala was traveling at a high right of speed when it crashed into the Silverado while the Silverado was backing into a driveway. The driver of the Impala was identified as 22-year-old Scott Williams. Williams’ passengers, 23-year-old Robert Williams (the two are not related), was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Silverado, Adam Silver, 19, and his passenger, Katlynn Stone, 19, were both transported via ambulance to a nearby hospital. The three victims that survived the crash were reported to be in serious condition, although their injuries were considered non-life-threatening. The crash is still under investigation. For more read 1 killed, 3 personally injured in high-speed crash in Palm Bay, Florida.
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