Pickup Truck Strikes, Kills Good Samaritan Along I-95 Sunday Night

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Marcasia Crenshaw, 25, from Boynton Beach killed

Florida Highway Patrol responded to a deadly incident Sunday night that involved a pickup truck and a pedestrian along I-95 at mile marker 221, near the SR 406 exit.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA –Florida Highway Patrol responded to a deadly incident Sunday night that involved a pickup truck and a pedestrian along I-95 at mile marker 221, near the SR 406 exit.

The pedestrian killed is identified as a 25-year-old woman, Marcasia Crenshaw, from Boynton Beach.

Troopers say a vehicle, driven by 23-year-old Yuri Kosolapenko, was stopped in the inside southbound travel lane around 10:30 p.m. on I-95 due to disabling damage from a previous crash.

Crenshaw stopped to assist the vehicle and render aid as a good samaritan, according to state troopers.

However, a 2004 Chevy pickup truck approached at a fast speed and attempted to aggressively brake and swerved to miss the vehicle in the road.

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Crenshaw began running towards the median to avoid the crash but was struck by the front-right bumper of the truck.

The driver of the truck is identified as 23-year-old Dalton Vancor from Deatsville, Alabama.

No other injuries were reported in the crash.

Florida Highway Patrol is still investigating the incident.

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