IDs RELEASED: Three Men Dead, Three Women In Serious Condition After Head-On Car Crash in Titusville

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crash happened around 10:30 p.m.

Titusville Police responded to a tragic crash scene Monday night that killed three people and seriously injured three people after a ‘violent head-on crash’ on South Park Avenue at Bell Terrace.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Titusville Police responded to a tragic crash scene Monday night that killed three people and seriously injured three people after a ‘violent head-on crash’ on South Park Avenue at Bell Terrace.

The result of the crash shutdown South Park Ave. for a few hours, while police continued their investigation and cleaned up the scene.

Police say three people were pronounced dead at the scene, while three others were taken to the hospital in serious condition.

According to the investigation, police received a call around 10:30 p.m. on Monday about a vehicle crash involving two vehicles.

One of the vehicles was a 1986 Oldsmobile which was traveling at a high rate of speed southbound on South Park Ave. at Bell Terrace, according to witnesses statements to police.

For an unknown reason, the vehicle crossed the centerline, and struck a Ford Explorer.

All three men inside the Oldsmobile died at the scene, two of them were ejected from the vehicle after impact. They are identified as 50-year-old William Levarn Davis, of Titusville; 44-year-old Zyphria Derick Watts, of Titusville; and 41-year-old Calvin Williams, of Titusville.

The three women injured in the Ford Explorer were transported to the hospital in serious condition and identified as 30-year-old Miriam Bittner, of Titusville; 38-year-old Lynne Wells, of Titusville; and 30-year-old Amanda Walkington, of Merritt Island.

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