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Driver with History of Speeding Violations Causes Fatal Collision

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The driver of a Chevy Impala was turning left into a parking lot when he was struck by another vehicle speeding at an estimated 100 mph. The crash sent the Impala spinning at least 75 feet into a Toyota Highlander. The Impala was so mangled that it was hardly recognizable; the Mercedes that hit it was crushed to at least three feet shorter than normal, according to reports.

The driver of the Impala died at the scene; his wife and oldest daughter were taken to an area hospital where they later died. The driver of the Mercedes also died at the scene. A passenger in his vehicle was taken to the hospital in critical condition. The two people in the Highlander were treated at the scene and released with minor injuries.

While speed appears to be a factor in this fatal crash, and the negligent driver has a history of speeding violations, police have not determined whether drugs or alcohol were also involved. The crash remains under investigation.

The deceased couple leaves behind a 10-year-old son and 15-year-old daughter. Neither child was in the car when the crash occurred.

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