75-Year-Old Woman Killed in Daytona Beach T-Bone Crash
According to official statements released by the Daytona Beach Police Department, a 75-year-old woman has sadly passed away from the severe injuries she sustained after her vehicle was involved in a T-bone collision almost a week ago on Friday, November 13th along Clyde Morris Boulevard in Volusia County.
Officers with the Daytona Beach Police Department (DBPD) indicated that they were first dispatched to the scene of an auto accident near the intersection of Clyde Morris Boulevard and LPGA Boulevard at approximately 4 p.m. this past Friday afternoon. Upon their arrival, they discovered two seriously damaged vehicles sitting in the middle of the road. Emergency response teams immediately proceeded to assess the situation and found 75-year-old Lynnette Sue Daniels to be in serious condition. The victim was transported by air as a trauma alert to the Halifax Health Medical Center for additional emergent medical care. Unfortunately, she was unable to recover from the injuries she received in the car crash and she died just a few days later.
After interviewing multiple witnesses at the scene of the fatal collision, investigators with the DBPD were able to piece together the initial events leading up to the crash. Their reports indicate that the 75-year-old victim was driving her 2014 Jeep Compass out of the parking lot of a Circle K gas station located at the corner of Clyde Morris and LPGA Boulevards. For reasons that are currently unclear, she then attempted to cut across the southbound traffic lanes in order to proceed north on Clyde Morris Boulevard. Unfortunately, this decision put her vehicle into the direct path of a 58-year-old Daytona Beach woman driving her red 2007 Ford Explorer from the oncoming direction. Sadly, the truck driver was unable to avoid a collision and she crashed into the driver’s side of the Jeep. She was treated at the scene for minor airbag burns but was otherwise uninjured in the crash.
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