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Woman on rollerblades dies after being hit by a fast-moving car that splits in two after hitting the tree

Woman on rollerblades dies after being hit by a fast-moving car that splits in two after hitting a tree

  • A woman who was on roller skates was killed after a fast-moving car was struck in a tree, split in two, and a male driver and a female passenger ejected
  • The survivors suffered unspecified injuries and were taken into critical condition Wednesday after the crash in Pompano Beach, Florida
  • The rollerblader was left unrecognizable by her injuries, authorities say who are still investigating the crash near the Pompano Beach Airpark

A woman who used rollerblades was killed after being hit by a fast-moving car that crashed into a tree, split it in two, and a male driver and a female passenger were driving down a Florida road, the authorities said.

The survivors suffered unspecified injuries and were taken into critical condition after the Wednesday crash at Pompano Beach, about halfway between Miami and Palm Beach.

The survivors and the killed woman remained unknown while investigators worked to determine what caused the crash on Northeast 10th St., just before 5 p.m.

A woman using rollerblades was killed after being hit by a speeding car that crashed into a tree, split it in two, and a male driver and a female passenger were ejected along a Florida road, police said. One half of the vehicle is depicted on the roadway in Pompano Beach

A woman using rollerblades was killed after being hit by a speeding car that crashed into a tree, split it in two, and a male driver and a female passenger were ejected along a Florida road, police said. One half of the vehicle is depicted on the roadway in Pompano Beach

The other half of the vehicle is depicted after it hit a tree on North East 10th Street, ejecting the driver and a passenger

The other half of the vehicle is depicted after it hit a tree on North East 10th Street, ejecting the driver and a passenger

The other half of the vehicle is depicted after it hit a tree on North East 10th Street, ejecting the driver and a passenger

First aid workers are seen on a photo of witness Brad Michael as they treat the wounded

First aid workers are seen on a photo of witness Brad Michael as they treat the wounded

First aid workers are seen on a photo of witness Brad Michael as they treat the wounded

A witness told it too WFOR that a black SUV – which was also running at high speed – was chasing the car just before it hit the tree.

Authorities could not confirm Brad Michael’s story when Mailonline.com contacted.

The woman was skating along a path on the west side of Pompano Beach Airpark in the 600 block of North East 10th Street.

She remained unrecognizable after being stuck by the vehicle, leaving debris all over the road after half the collision.

“I saw the car split in two, look like street,” Michael told WFOR.

“I saw the car split in two, look like street,” Brad Michael told WFOR

Researchers see work on the cause of the crash on the west side of Pompano Beach Airpark in the 600 block of North East 10th Street

Researchers see work on the cause of the crash on the west side of Pompano Beach Airpark in the 600 block of North East 10th Street

Researchers see work on the cause of the crash on the west side of Pompano Beach Airpark in the 600 block of North East 10th Street

The crash location shows half the vehicle that splits after hitting a tree on the west side of Pompano Beach Airpark in the 600 block of North East 10th Street

The crash location shows half the vehicle that splits after hitting a tree on the west side of Pompano Beach Airpark in the 600 block of North East 10th Street

The crash location shows half the vehicle that splits after hitting a tree on the west side of Pompano Beach Airpark in the 600 block of North East 10th Street

The witness said he took a photo of the crash about 10 feet away.

“I saw the lady who seemed to be thrown out of the passenger seat by the door,” he said. “And then another man was lying on the street, it looked like he was being ejected on the driver’s side of the car.”

Michael pointed to a map of the area and noted that the speed limit was 35 km / h.

“My thoughts are with the family of the rollerblader who was busy with her own company,” he told WFOR.

“If there is any saving agent, I believe he or she probably died immediately.”

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