A deadly crash happened in Volusia County on Saturday morning. Two 20-year-olds men were killed in the crash on I-95. Officials said the victims were from Port Orange. Troopers said the crash happened overnight Friday around 1 a.m. One victim died at the scene and the other died at the hospital.
The men were driving north on I-95 when their car left the road and drove onto the shoulder. The Florida Highway Patrol said their car overturned and struck a tree.
As per the reports, neither of the victims had worn a seatbelt. The vehicle left the road onto the east shoulder for an unknown reason about 1 a.m. Saturday. From the recent statistical data, it has been found that people wearing a seatbelt has less chance to get severe injuries in accidents. Seat belts save lives, and this is a fact that has been proven through countless studies and research.
Florida Highway Patrol team is still doing an investigation on the crash. Stay updated!
All the viewers are requested to wear a seatbelt while riding in vehicles.
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