Florida Highway Patrol Reveals Identities of Victims In Monday’s Deadly Crash In Titusville

By  //  May 31, 2016

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Dodge Durango blew a tire

The Florida Highway Patrol reported a 25-year old Titusville man died in a single motorcycle crash near Holder Road and State Road 46 in Mims at about 12 midnight on Friday.

Florida Highway Patrol has revealed the identities of the four girls killed in a single vehicle crash on I-95 Monday evening, along with the other victims injured.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Florida Highway Patrol has revealed the identities of the four girls killed in a single vehicle crash on I-95 Monday evening, along with the other victims injured.

Amunya Cruz, 15, Jasmine Cruz, Nadia Cruz,10, and Niashia Cruz, 13, all from Leesburg, Florida, were killed in Monday’s devastating crash, according to Sgt. Kim Montes of the Florida Highway Patrol.

The other victims injured are identified as Latorya Brown, 34, who was the driver of the 2006 Dodge Durango, and passengers: Kevin Rawlings, 23, male, from Wildwood, Florida; Dedira Solomon, 16, female, from Leesburg, Florida; Keshaen Walker, 3, male, from Leesburg, Florida; Shakara Cruz, 9, female, from Leesburg, Florida; Daron Hamilton, 6, male, from Leesburg, Florida; Khria Edwards, 7, female, from Leesburg, Florida.

All of the injured victims are listed as minor.

Northbound I-95 was shut down south of the Garden Street exit at Mile Marker 219 in Titusville due to the fatal vehicle crash that involved the 11 people listed above.

According to FHP, the Dodge Durango blew a tire as it traveled north on I-95, just south of Garden Street in Titusville at Mile Marker 219.

According to FHP, the vehicle rolled several times.

FHP reports that Troopers arrived on scene at 6:32 p.m.

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In addition to FHP, BCFR, the Titusville Fire Department, First Flight and a Volusia County helicopter all responded to the scene.

The crash is still under investigation.

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