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Driver involved in three crashes on I-95 Monday night


A West Palm Beach woman could face charges after she was involved in three crashes on Interstate 95 Monday night, the third of which sent a woman to the hospital in serious condition, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

Michele M. Fevola, 23, was driving south about 8:15 p.m. in a 2002 Chevrolet pickup truck when she rear-ended a 2008 Lexus near Southwest 10th Street in Deerfield Beach, according to FHP spokesman Sgt. Mark Wysocky.

Instead of stopping, Fevola continued driving and then slammed into a 1994 Toyota near Atlantic Boulevard, Wysocky said.

Again, Fevola drove away and then rear-ended Marisol Montellano's 2004 Isuzu SUV near Sunrise Boulevard.

Montellano's SUV rolled over and Fevola lost control of her vehicle in the crash, Wysocky said. Fevola's truck veered left and was struck by a 2009 Toyota.

Wysocky said Montellano, a 21-year-old Davie woman, was taken to Broward General Medical Center in serious condition.

Fevola was taken to the same hospital, but her condition was unknown Tuesday morning.

The drivers of the other three cars involved in the collisions with Fevola were uninjured, Wysocky said.

Wysocky said the investigation into the crashes was still in its early stages and investigators were looking into whether alcohol was involved.

Courtesy of DBB

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